Sampford Advisors in the News
Here are a few recent news reports featuring Sampford Advisors.
Sampford Advisors grows its team so that it can continue to provide first class mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and capital raising advisory services to its clients in Ottawa and the surrounding area..
The President and CEO of boutique investment bank Sampford Advisors is positive on the flow of capital into Kanata North.
All in all, I am very encouraged by what I am seeing in the M&A market, as the number of transactions is up for the second quarter in a row...
The company, which helps tech companies through the complicated waters of M&A, employs six people in Ottawa and is adding Evan Pilz as its man on the ground in the GTA.
As for M&A, we’ve seen a large drop off in the dollar volume of transactions for the first half of 2017, but the number of overall transactions is still relatively strong.
We recommend starting your search for capital early, talking to as many providers of capital as possible and when you do come to raise, raising enough to provide a cushion to the next anticipated capital event.
For a company looking to be acquired, it's important to be patient and seek out the best offer, said Ed Bryant, CEO of Sampford Advisors
Is selling your homegrown company a sin? Not according to Ed Bryant of Sampford Advisors.
Sampford Advisors is acting as financial advisor to WiLAN
Sampford Advisors, an Ottawa-based consultancy specializing in mergers and acquisitions, assisted Magor with its strategic review.
Sampford recently opened a Toronto office and is targeting private technology deals in the $10-million to $100-million range – a niche that the firm’s founder says is underserved.
So, we recommend that SaaS companies begin actively tracking what is happening with the exchange rate, have a plan in place to accommodate future changes, and potentially use hedging strategies to offset risk.
Today, the special committee has appointed Sampford Advisors Inc. as its financial advisor to pursue an effective process in exploring strategic alternatives.
So the next time you hear someone putting down Canadian entrepreneurs for selling their tech businesses too early, you can let them know it’s simply not true.
Its $63.5-million acquisition of IRD will position the company in its new space as a holding firm for companies involved in the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) sector.
Sampford Advisors’ annual survey of Canadian tech CEOs shows that raising capital and acquiring talent are top of mind of the nation’s executives.
Ottawa-based investment bank Sampford Advisors is expanding and hoping it can make a dent in the competitive Toronto market for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advice