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Covid-19: the crisis has broken corporate transmissions

2020-10-20T16:40:36.720Z

The crisis has led to additional delays in business takeovers. The key is a downward trend in prices.



To embark on the takeover of a company implies, for any manager, a part of uncertainty to overcome that the crisis has exploded.

Not only does the potential buyer have to look at the solvency, development margins and cash flow of the company, but it must now take into account new data, such as its digital maturity, its capacity for innovation and business adaptation. model.

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Regarding the value chain, the company's ability to remain referenced, the quality of its customer relationship and the maintenance of its turnover are also assessed.

“All of these points are decisive on how the company can get through the crisis, which creates new modes of analysis,”

confirms Alain Tourdjman, director of economic studies and foresight at BPCE.

The integration of these elements therefore induces additional delays and delays business takeovers over time, with the key to declining prices.

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Source: lefigaro

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