The Forbes M+A Group Represents Options Home Care in Successful Acquisition

Greenwood Village, Colo., United States (August 9, 2017) – The Forbes M+A Group (, a leading transaction advisory firm, is pleased to announce the successful acquisition of its client, Options Home Care, by Addus HomeCare Corporation.  

 Options Home Care“Options Home Care is a well-respected leader in the home healthcare space with a strong reputation for delivering high-quality,
home-based personal care services to families across New Mexico,” said Bill Nack. “The Options shareholders trusted us to find a partner
to continue their legacy of providing in-home care. We are proud to have helped them find an acquisition partner with a similar commitment to serving others and expand their services to even more people in need.”    

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Colorado Companies to Watch 2017

by The Forbes M+A Group

The Forbes M+A Group was proud to be a Platinum Sponsor for Colorado Companies to Watch 2017. As entrepreneurs ourselves, we understand the perseverance and creativity it takes to create and sustain a thriving, successful business. We sincerely congratulate all of this year’s winners. Read the full press release. 


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Avoiding M&A Pitfalls – A Recent Panel Discussion

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Failure Rates Between 70% and 90% (Harvard Business Journal).

How to avoid failed transactions was the topic of a recent panel presentation co-sponsored by The Forbes M+A Group; Anton Collins Mitchell, LLP; Brownstein Hyatt Farber and US Trust During the invite-only presentation, three top business panelists shared their first-hand experiences on the complexities of divestitures and advice on how to avoid common M&A pitfalls.

Moderator Bill Nack, a Managing Director for The Forbes M+A Group, began the discussion by asking panelists to provide an overview of their recent transactions and what made them successful.

Kevin Durban, former owner of Performance Mobility, acquired his company in 2006 as a single store operation. Under his leadership, Performance Mobility expanded to 9 stores in four states, strengthened the management team, and implemented a phantom stock program for employees.  In 2016, he was ready to take some chips off the table and the economy made the timing favorable. In 2017, Performance Mobility was successfully acquired by United Access of St. Louis, Missouri.  Kevin shared that maintaining clean records and financials was key in the success of his sale. “Many owners treat their companies as personal checking accounts.  We were always deliberate about keeping these separate.”

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