We understand that Confidentiality is Critical when selling your company. SellMyCompany is a trade name NEVER used once you become our client. When we contact you via email, phone, or fax, it will be “Jay from SMC”. We will obtain and review very specific directions on communication with you and/or your trusted staff members with whom you have confided with.
– The Intermediary’s Role
confidentialityPrior to any information being disseminated to a potential buyer, requires that the buyer execute a confidentiality/non-disclosure agreement. This agreement prohibits the release of any information (unless in the public domain) to anyone except their attorney and/or accountant. Both of these professional groups have Codes of Ethics preventing them from disclosing any information. We also ask that personal financial statements and corporate balance sheets are supplied to ascertain the buyer’s financial ability to consummate the transaction being contemplated. The background of the buyer and or the investment/equity group they represent, is also important to determine whether they may be a strategic fit. If there is a question about giving information to anyone within the client’s industry, we ask our client for client permission first. If you would like to see a sample of our , please click here.