Corporate Finance

Supporting Entrepreneurs to Finance their Venture & Sell their Business

in rebus corporate finance advises startups and small/ medium enterprises on private placements, company successions as well as mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Companies from Creative Industries, Gaming, Lead Generation, E-Commerce (with and without company owned production facilities) and B2B Software as a Service (SaaS) have already been supported successfully during share and asset deals with private, strategic and financial investors.

Processes

  • 1. GETTING STARTED & ANALYSIS

  • 2. DOCUMENTATION

  • 3. APPROACH BUYERS & INVESTORS

  • 4. PRESENTATIONS/ NEGOTIATIONS

  • 5. ASSIST THE DUE DILIGENCE

  • 6. PREPARE OF SIGNING & CLOSING*

    *no legal or tax-related advice

Transactions

mymuesli

Divestment/ Company Sale
to the Transaction

Chess Boxing Global

Early Stage Financing
to the Transaction

CineApp

Series A
to the Transaction

AX Semantics

Series A
to the Transaction

TreasureHunt

Strategic Investment
to the Transaction

Barfer’s Wellfood

Growth Investment
to the Transaction

abravo

Company Succession
to the Transaction

interfaceMA

Strategic Investment
to the Transaction

Peter Guggi

Founder Peter Guggi graduated simultaneously in law from University of Vienna and in commerce (today: international business administration) from Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. After a scholarship (Young Executive Training Program for Japan) in Tokyo he joined an Austrian maker of sporting goods (Atomic – recently bought by a consortium under participation of Tencent) in Tokyo as Manager of a Sales & Marketing Business Unit, followed by stints as Sales Operations/ Controlling Manager at a NASDAQ noted specialist for data storage (EMC – today Dell EMC) in Tokyo and Boston,  with leading sales responsibility at a German media company (Burda) in Moscow and as OEM account manager at a developer of telecommunication solutions (DeTeWe) in Berlin.

Drawn to M&A after the acquisition of DeTeWe by a Canadian corporation (Aastra – today Mitel) and subsequent experiences in this restructuring environment, he gained first corporate finance experiences with an investment banking boutique (Affentranger Associates) in Geneva in 2008. Since 2012 he runs in rebus corporate finance, since 2017 as GmbH.