The Bio Report
Merger and acquisitions may be a path to creating value for life science companies, but talks can breakdown because of flaws in management thinking that skew their sense of the value of their company. Oded Ben-Joseph, managing director of Outcome Capital, applied behavioral economics to the M&A front to discuss how cognitive biases can derail M&A transactions in an article in the September issue of In Vivo. We spoke to Ben-Joseph about cognitive biases, why the life sciences sector is particularly prone to the problem, and what executives can do to minimize their effects.
The Contract Waterfall: Important Financial Tool in a Federal Government Contractor’s Toolset The contract waterfall plays an important role for both the buyer and the seller in an acquisition and is arguably the most important information that parties will use in the due diligence process What is a Contract Waterfall? The contract waterfall sets forth […]Read More
Outcome Capital Advises Forward Photonics in its Sale April 24, 2020, Reston, VA Outcome Capital, an investment banking firm that serves middle market growth companies in aerospace, defense and government services, technology, life sciences and healthcare, is pleased to announce that Forward Photonics, LLC (the “Company”) has been acquired by an undisclosed private equity […]Read More