Protegrity Advisors Releases Long Island M&A Report

October 2, 2014

LONG ISLAND, NY, October 2, 2014 – Protegrity Advisors, a leading regional mergers and acquisitions advisory firm, today announced the release of its M&A report for the Long Island region.

The report, which covers Nassau and Suffolk Counties for the period between January 2009 and September 2014, provides an overall look at aggregate M&A volume, business valuations, deal count by industry, average deal size and 2014 year to date figures.

“We created the report as a tool for local business owners to assess the level of M&A activity on Long Island and to see how business valuations were trending,” said Bruce Newman, President of Protegrity’s M&A practice.

As highlighted in the report, M&A transactions on Long Island for 2014 have already surpassed $1.0 billion for the first time ever, while the average selling price is nearly double the average for 2013. “The recent surge in activity and business valuations points to a very positive environment for business owners who are thinking about the sale of their business,” said Newman.

The report is available for download now at www.ProtegrityAdvisors.com/MA14Q3.pdf

About Protegrity Advisors

Protegrity Advisors is a leading regional M&A advisory firm serving multiple business sectors in the lower middle market ($5 million to $100 million in revenue). The company’s deal team members have all completed business divestitures, acquisitions and finance transactions as CEOs, Presidents, General Counsel, and senior business executives. The company employs a lean business model that makes its fee structure significantly more competitive than traditional M&A advisory firms.

For further information contact:

Bruce Newman
Protegrity Advisors, LLC
4175 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite 400
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
888-364-8795
www.ProtegrityAdvisors.com

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