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A firm, after deciding to go in for sale, engages an investment banker to draft an information memorandum, solicit interest from potential buyers, and work out a deal that an engagement notice is issued. The scope of payment and time frame under tail period provisions depends on the firm and the banker.
Some investment bankers choose to cover the entire gamut of audience who display an interest and then signal the confidentiality contract or are provided with the private memorandum. Most companies, however, make an effort to limit tail period payouts to only those situations where the buyers have actually began discussions for the sale. The actual time and amount frame depends upon the bargaining capacities of the firm and the banker. Whatever is set is recorded in a tail period clause in the engagement letter.
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