Exit and Growth Strategies for Middle Market Businesses

CFA Advises Tayor Gas Liquids, Inc.

By Brian Ballo | Jan 14, 2008

Taylor Gas Liquids, Inc.

Case Study

After trying unsuccessfully to complete a management buyout by the President and 25% owner, CFA was hired to make a Transaction happen. Working with both owners, CFA was able to bring the right balance of debt and Private Equity to the table to do a transaction favorable to all parties. The resulting value was 60% above what the owners had originally anticipated. They were able to select from four competing prospects. Taylor is a $160 Million company using 300 semi’s to transport crude oil from wells to Taylor’s pipeline injection points, so the structure had to allow the Cap X of adding new trucks as they grow.

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