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Welcome to the teamOn videoblog, explore illuminating videos designed to enhance your understanding of the world of Corporate Finance

Welcome to teamOn Corporate Finance, led by Marco Hulsewé, the founder and CEO. In this video, Marco provides a comprehensive overview of our firm’s core areas of expertise: Corporate Finance, Investment, and Real Estate.

Marco Hulsewé presents the firm as a global corporate finance boutique based in Barcelona, specializing in more than 30 diverse sectors. Emphasizing the distinctive sector-agnostic strategy, he underscores the hands-on, practical, and solution-driven methodology employed in collaborating closely with clients to deliver customized solutions.

In this video, Marco Hulsewé, the founder and CEO of teamOn Corporate Finance, discusses the core elements of corporate finance, emphasizing its involvement in buying and selling companies and managing the financial aspects of these transactions.

Marco encourages business owners to seek specialized guidance, cautioning against the common mistake of attempting the process independently and allowing them to concentrate on day-to-day operations.

In this video, Marco Hulsewé discusses the increasing trend of cross-border buying and selling of companies. Marco suggests that when considering buying or selling a company, it’s beneficial to explore not only national targets but also international ones.

He underscores the benefits of cross-border transactions, including a wider selection of options and companies, despite potential discomfort arising from cultural or language differences, emphasizing the business sense, particularly within the EU’s free movement of capital.

Marco Hulsewé, the founder and CEO of teamOn Corporate Finance, discusses the key factors in finding investment opportunities, emphasizing the importance of proactivity, and avoiding beauty contests with intense competition.

He recommends using international advisors to enhance networks and expertise in closing international transactions for greater financial success.

Marco Hulsewé delves into the concept of sale-leaseback in real estate. This strategy involves a company selling its asset to an investor and concurrently entering a lease agreement. He emphasizes two key benefits: the injection of capital for equity enhancement, debt reduction, or expansion, and the maximization of company value.

Using an illustrative example, Marco demonstrates how sale-leaseback can yield higher returns compared to traditional EBITDA multiples. He suggests that business owners contemplate this approach for a cash infusion or to optimize company value before a potential sale.

Marco Hulsewé presents a case study illustrating how a family-owned company in the food industry can potentially double its enterprise value through a sell leaseback strategy.

By separating the logistical warehouse from the day-to-day business and leasing it back, the company can attract international buyers and private equity funds. The approach involves considering real estate value based on yield logic, resulting in a higher multiple and effectively doubling the family’s overall company value.

In this video, Marco Hulsewé explains the relevance of EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) for business owners, emphasizing its role as a key indicator of a company’s cash generation capacity.

Marco notes that EBITDA remains unaffected by large debts or future amortizations, making it a standardized measure frequently used by investors to calculate a company’s value. While acknowledging that EBITDA is not the only measure of profitability, he concludes that it is widely utilized for profitability comparison among companies

The founder and CEO of teamOn Corporate Finance, Marco Hulsewé, discusses normalized EBITDA, focusing on 3 main variables: the time horizon (2 to 10 years for industries with price fluctuations), external factors (like COVID’s impact on certain industries), and corrections for incorrect bookkeeping.

Marco highlights the importance of identifying elements not linked to the real business in the bookkeeping and removing them to obtain the actual EBITDA. He emphasizes the need to delve into industry specifics, consider external factors, and assess proper bookkeeping to accurately calculate the normalized EBITDA of a company.


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