Transferring or Taking Over a Business

Did you know that 90% of Quebec SMEs don't have a succession plan?1 It's true that the succession planning process can seem long and difficult at times. That's why at National Bank, you will be supported every step of the way by your account manager and a business transfer manager who specializes in your sector.

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How to: Business Transfers and Takeovers

Transferring your business

Your Business Transfer in Six Steps

Whether you're looking to transfer a business or acquire one, you’ll be supported every step of the way by your account manager and a business transfer manager who specializes in your sector.

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Buying a business

Buying a Business

By 2020, more than 38% of Quebec businesses—one business in three—will not have found a buyer.2 Taking over an existing business can be a great way to start out as an entrepreneur.

Financing solutions

Since 2005, our team of 10 business transfer specialists has helped transfer more than 1,400 businesses to the next generation of entrepreneurs.
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Managing the sale of your business

Do you need advice on investing the proceeds of the sale of your business and planning for your retirement? Private Banking 1859 can help.

Private Banking 1859 - Entreprises
Private Banking 1859 - Entreprises
Private Banking 1859 - Entreprises
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Small wooden bridge - Businesses
Small wooden bridge - Businesses
Small wooden bridge - Businesses

Estate planning

Do you need help with the estate planning process? Our subsidiary National Bank Trust can assist you with this complex and delicate task.

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1Data as of 2014. http://www.soyezlareleve.ca/decouvrez-le-repreneuriat/

2Source: http://www.durevealareleve.com/