Abacus Capital has developed an in-house advisory team from the work in undertakes in its Family Office and Special Situations fund management activity, where the group regularly undertakes the corporate finance activities involved in its funds acquisitions, divestments and on-going funding exercises. The Advisory Services consist of Debt & Equity Capital Raising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Divestments, and Restructuring.
The Team at Abacus Capital is well networked with the myriad capital providers and strategic players in a variety of markets, as it works regularly with regional and international banks, private equity funds, hedge funds, credit funds, as well as with strategic and family office investors.
Abacus Capital adopts a hands-on approach to helping business families and invests the significant amount of time that is required to understand both the financial as well as the family issues surrounding any corporate activity. As a result, Abacus Capital can deliver effective advisory solutions tailored to the often complex needs of our clients.
Abacus has relationships with a diverse group of investors, including Private Equity Funds, Hedge Funds, Trading Desks at financial institutions, Business Families, and a deep pool of lenders at Banks and Bond and Mezzanine Funds
Abacus Capital arranges debt and equity financing from institutional and private investors in both the private and public capital markets for existing businesses, expansions, and acquisitions.
Abacus Capital identifies and evaluates acquisition candidates and merger partners, and provides guidance in the due diligence and negotiation processes, and manages structuring and closing.
Abacus Capital reviews clients’ operational performance, asset read structure and financing sources and advises on maximizing return on capital employed and enterprise value creation. Abacus Capital also arranges refinancing, purchase of outstanding debts and debt-to-equity conversions.
Abacus Capital formulates divestment strategy and executes asset sales to strategic or financial investors.