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Distressed businesses have usually bagged all the low-hanging fruit in their previous attempts to save their business. This leaves the hard work to the acquirer. Picking up the pieces may be easy; getting them back into a working state is a challenge. That’s why they're cheap.  Unless the value centres around untapped capabilities only you can exploit, the safer guide is that the lower the deal price on offer, the harder it may be, ultimately, to deliver results with the acquisition. This is the final part of our three-part series

[caption id="attachment_263" align="alignleft" width="150"]Distressed M&A Part 2[/caption] Distressed businesses have usually bagged all the low-hanging fruit in their previous attempts to save their business. This leaves the hard work to the acquirer. Picking up the pieces may be easy; getting them back into a working state is a challenge. That’s why they're cheap.  Unless the value centres around untapped capabilities only you can exploit, the safer guide is that the lower the deal price on offer, the harder it may be, ultimately, to deliver results with the acquisition. This series of articles (this is part two of three) examines the world of distressed M&A.

[caption id="attachment_263" align="alignleft" width="150"]Distressed M&A Part 1[/caption] Distressed businesses have usually bagged all the low-hanging fruit in their previous attempts to save their business. This leaves the hard work to the acquirer. Picking up the pieces may be easy; getting them back into a working state is a challenge. That’s why they're cheap.  Unless the value centres around untapped capabilities only you can exploit, the safer guide is that the lower the deal price on offer, the harder it may be, ultimately, to deliver results with the acquisition. This series of articles (3 parts) examines the world of distressed M&A.