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Our Promise To You

We

 – understand business owners better because we have business experience –

– have solid finance and accounting background, so we know numbers –

– deal with each client with respect and integrity through the entire engagement –

– do not dictate your terms. Its your business, its your call –

– treat your business sale as if it was our own –

Profile

DANIEL TAN
Vice President
Business Sale & Acquisitions

Heading Business Advisory at Mayfair Commercial is Daniel Tan. With more than a decade of entrepreneurial experience starting, managing, buying and selling small and medium businesses, Daniel is well equipped with the best practices to help other business owners during their sale of their business. Over his career, he acquired valuable experience working with private equity, venture capital, and seed funding with a focus on business acquisition.

Through business buy/sell deal making, strong finance & accounting background, solid understanding of private companies, and first-class business brokering certification training, he is able to bring a high level of expertise to his clients.

With personal direct experience in small and medium businesses, he will not just be a representation for clients but more of a skilled “partner” in the sale process.

Services

  • Business Sale & Acquisition Advisory
  • Business Valuations
  • Business Brokering
  • SME Expertise

Experience

  • Business Sale & Acquisition (15 years)
  • Business Valuations (15 years)
  • Private Equity & Venture Capital deals
  • Industry experience: logistics, media, import/export, manufacturing, retail, auto, high tech, F&B.

Professional Development

  • Bachelor of Commerce (2003) – Accounting & MIS, Sauder School of Business
  • Canadian Securities Course CSC
  • BCREA Commercial Applied Course
  • Certified Business Intermediary Course
  • Certified Main Street Business Broker Course
Why Use a Business Intermediary (broker)?

– Typically result in a higher close rate and price than when sold by owners themselves –

– A business can take 300-600 hours to sell. Focus on your core competency which is your business profits and let us make it happen for you –

– Peace of mind. Trivial mistakes you do not know could damage your business equity. Why risk it? –

– Manage market exposure risk with proper procedures in place –

– Buyers tend to take the sale more seriously. Reach better quality buyers –