Confidential Information Memorandum (CIM) - Joorney Business Plans
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The CIM solicits interest from potential buyers for your business or investors for raising capital.

Confidential Information Memorandum (CIM)

We whitelabel CIMs for M&A Advisors who want to close more deals.

Our CIM M&A Research Consultants

The Confidential Information Memorandum (CIM) is a document used to solicit interest from potential buyers for your business or investors for raising capital.

 

It illustrates your proposal in a positive and highly professional manner. Potential investors appreciate the objective nature of this document as it digs into the information that they want to see in order to efficiently assess your proposal for acquisition or investment.

 

Our Senior Consultants have buy and sell side M&A and capital raising experience as well as vast experience working directly with clients and creating effective CIMs to present to potential investors

  • Contact our Advisory Team

Meet our Head of Advisory

Matt Wolf

Matt Wolf

Matt brings 9 years of investment banking advisory and transactions experience to the Advisory team.  He has advised over 40 clients across different industries and geographies.  Matt is fluent in development project pre-feasibility and the life-cycle of transactions ranging from $10MM to $250MM and having led such transactions from valuation and deal structuring to distribution, capital raising and negotiation for a variety of corporations at different stages of their development.

He has worked with clients domiciled in many international locations including both North and South America, UK, the Middle East, Australia, and New Zealand, among others, and interfacing with different cultures.

Matt leads a team of 9 Analysts in the Advisory Division.

Confidential Information Memorandum (CIM) Details

Starting Price: $3,500

 

Days until first Draft:15-20 days
Number of pages: 20 – 40 pages

 

Content:

 

  • Executive Summary
  • Service Description
  • Team/Advisory Board
  • Deal Description/Structure/Details
  • Exit Analysis
  • Market Opportunity
  • Sales and Marketing Strategy
  • Operational Plan
  • Long-term Financing Plan
500

business partners

65

Client countries

4000

business plans written

200

millions raised

Consulting Services

Our objective as a business consulting firm is to help entrepreneurs and their companies achieve goals by leveraging vision. Unlike other more typical management consulting firms, we are a leading business plan specialist. It gives us an edge in providing the best consulting services.

 

– We do not use software or templates to write business plans. Our expert business consultants are highly skilled at comprehending, appreciating, and understanding the entrepreneur’s vision to tailor a business plan to exact needs. These skills are invaluable for our clients that consider us their closest partner on their project.

 

– We consult with more than 1200 businesses per year. As a result, we have tremendous experience in various industries and different markets.

 

– Our expert team of professional and experienced business consultants come from a variety of backgrounds and have prestigious degrees as well as investment banking and entrepreneurial experience.

Contact Us

We are here to answer any questions you may have. Reach out to us and one of our consultants will be in touch with you immediately.

SUPPORTING GROWTH

 

“We offer services, built on trust. In this competitive and fast moving world when people share their most valuable business information with us, they trust their ideas/clients will get the support they need to move forward  reach the desired destination on their personal and professional journey. We support and respect people who move forward and make the necessary effort to develop themselves and their companies.”