(Free Press Release) Cooper Company Managemen provides specialist investment, advisory and financial services...
When advising on behalf of target companies, special board committees or selling shareholders, we can provide transaction advice, assist in negotiations and give impartial and objective advice about the merits of proposals received.
...Our advice is based on an objective analysis of data and free of conflicts of interest...
Our merger and acquisition advisory practice includes general strategic and transaction-specific advice regarding mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, privatizations, special committee assignments, takeover defenses, strategic partnerships and joint ventures. We provide advice to management and Board of Directors, business owners, state departments of insurance, institutions, investors and other interested parties.
Cooper Company Management's services:
Mergers & Acquisitions

• Provide valuation analyses
• Evaluate potential acquisition targets
• Evaluating and proposing financial and strategic alternatives
• Assist in negotiating and closing the acquisition
Divestiture and Sale Transactions

• Advise on appropriate sale process for the situation
• Assist in preparing the offering memorandum or other marketing material
• Identify and contact selected qualified acquirers
• Assist in negotiating and closing the acquisition

Cooper Company Management Confidentiality- recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of our customers and as such, we have policies in place to maintain the confidentiality and security of customer information. Cooper Company Management seeks to protect the security and confidentiality of customer information. We reinforce this in the way we routinely handle sensitive information as part of our day-to-day operations.

Cooper Company Management policy not to share information or records regarding former or current customers with anyone, except by mutual agreement or as required by law.
Customer information is handled in a confidential manner with such information and transaction details discussed only with employees and persons who have a reasonable need to know such information for valid business or regulatory reasons. This includes, but is not limited to, confidential information requested during routine regulatory reviews and examinations.