Trillium Advisory Firm Handling the Dollar’s Declining Value
Sometimes an M&A deal’s attractiveness aren’t determined by its participants, but by outside influences. That’s been the case as the plummeting value of the dollar has made acquisitions of U.S. companies more appealing to foreign buyers paying with relatively strong currencies.
On the other hand, dollar depreciation may increase your expenses, especially if your company needs to buy products directly from overseas suppliers or if you rely on foreign labor. What’s more, the complexities and costs of a cross-border deal can more than offset the advantages foreign buyers enjoy from a currency imbalance.
So while the dollar’s fluctuation may be a big deal for Americans buying French wine or traveling to Japan, it remains a relatively minor factor in the larger scheme of international M&As. If a foreign buyer is considering your company, it’s likely that other reasons — strategic and cultural — are spurring their interest.
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