What is My Practice Worth?
What are the Various Terms of a Sale?
Who bears the risk of Client retention?
What happens if I die at my desk?
Why should I buy a practice rather than build one?
How can I finance the purchase?
What services can an Intermediary offer to buyers?
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Bio – Jey Arul, BA, MBA, CBI, CBA
Jey is the Principal of AJS Advisory Partners Inc. located in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. AJS provides Business Advisory and Merger & Acquisition services.
Operating in “low to mid market” transactions, Jey focuses on businesses with annual revenues of $1 to 25 million dollars.
Since 2010 Jey has sold over 80 businesses in Alberta, Canada in a variety of sectors ranging from transportation, construction, manufacturing, professional services and medical.
Jey began his business career by starting his own business, establishing and growing it over a number of years and successfully selling it. Jey then spent 10 years in corporate banking with a national bank in Canada. Jey started AJS in 2008 and has been growing the company to its present team of 5 intermediaries.
Jey has been an active member of the community. He has volunteered for The United Way and The Canadian Bankers Association. Presently he also actively teaches at the local real estate association on topics related to business valuation. Jey is fluent in three languages and values diversity. Jey graduated from the University of Alberta with a BA in Psychology and completed an Executive MBA program from Athabasca University. Jey is married to his wife, Siew Cheng and have two children ages 11 and 7.