We respect and value business associations and M&A broker peer relationships. Our affiliations bring critical resources to augment successful corporate acquisitions, M&A advisor assignments and business transitions. Business owners looking to sell or acquire a business are beneficiaries of our affiliations. We expand capabilities through well-established networks of contacts and resources, as we work in close cooperation with parties important to clients’ and customers’ best interests. We build and nurture affiliations to better serve.  Learning the best practices of successful brokers from other states and nations, help our teams serve our clients.

We are not passive ‘joiners,’ but active participants who provide quality leadership through affiliations that enrich our communities, our profession and our clients, as well as expanding and improving Alamo Corporate Group team and our business clients’ experience.

Important professional affiliations come from decades of selling businesses or making acquisitions. They help our business owner clients today and are excellent places to give back to our communities. Affiliations provide links into business communities, corporate acquisitions professionals and trusted advisors. They help us maintain key contacts, create learning opportunities, and provide valuable resources. Following is a sampling of affiliations, our current and previous roles, and accomplishments:

Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors

Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors

This premiere international organization serves educational and resource needs of middle market M&A brokers and others. Formed to bring together CPAs, attorneys and other experienced corporate financial advisors, AM&AA’s professional services firms are highly recognized leaders in the industry who draw upon combined expertise to better serve middle market clients worldwide.

“Connecting Leading M&A Professionals To Build Relationships, Share Resources and Create Value”

AM&AA members represent business sellers and buyers of middle market businesses. Services are M&A seller representation, buyer representation, due diligence, accounting, financing, business valuation, tax plans, legal, strategic advisory and other M&A services.

Association for Corporate Growth

Association for Corporate Growth is a global organization with 56 chapters and over 14,500 members. Doing business is the heart of ACG experiences. Chapters across the globe bring dealmakers together to achieve their business and professional goals.

ACG is a trusted and respected resource for middle-market M&A dealmakers and business leaders who invest in growth and build firms. It offer face-to-face events, online tools, structured networking opportunities, member benefits and leading-edge market intelligence.

ACG brings together all segments of the growth community. Growing of business networks is essential. ACG delivers the right people, in the right way, right to members. ACG is the home for the middle-market M&A deal making professionals.

Business Intermediary Education Foundation

Distinguished leaders in the business brokerage, intermediary and merger and acquisition profession created a foundation to advance and promote the business brokers’ profession. Each served as officer and director of the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA). They were mindful of the Association’s critical need to devote its resources into member programs, conferences and Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) and Merger and Acquisition Master Intermediary (M&AMI) programs. Thought, work and love of the business broker profession were primary in creating BIEF.

BIEF advances and promotes the business broker and M&A professions. It embraces business brokerage’s international aspects, is inclusive across the dealmakers’ spectrum, and outreaches to other business sale organizations. It promotes awareness and understanding among the public, business advisors, owners, business buyers and sellers, based on information, understanding, cooperation and education.

The business sale profession has come together in an all “industry coalition” working to remedy requirements burdening the industry inappropriately. This costly burden impacts owners selling businesses or making acquisitions, and business brokers and M&A brokers who advise them.

This campaign involves most of the business broker and M&A advisor professional associations nationally. It has produced supporting legislation in the U.S. House and Senate, which passed the House unanimously and is pending as a bill in the Senate.

International Business Brokers Association, Inc.

Alamo Corporate Group principals served as president, directors, education and many other committee chairs, are Certified Business Intermediaries, and have been selected as fellows, for the President’s Award, and as Life Members.

IBBA was formed in 1983 and grew to 1,950 members in the USA and around the world. International Business Brokers Association is the largest international association operating exclusively for people and firms engaged in business brokerage, and as advisors or intermediaries in mergers and acquisitions.

IBBA’s cooperative business brokers, advisors and intermediaries can be found worldwide in Canada, Mexico, Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the U. S. It offers education conferences and an “IBBA University” educational program for training specific to the business broker and merger and acquisitions profession serving corporate acquisitions and divestitures.

M&A Source

The M&A Source promotes professional development and members’ interests to better serve merger and acquisition clients’ needs and maximize public awareness of professional intermediary services available for middle market merger and corporate acquisition transactions.

The M&A Source was established in 1991 to address the professional issues of merger and acquisition advisors, intermediaries and related M&A professionals. It has grown to more than 250 advisors and intermediaries worldwide. The M&A Source goals are to advance members’ deal making opportunities, M&A practice standards and personal growth through forums for corporate acquisitions advisors and M&A intermediaries to exchange information and learn from one another.

Members’ professional activities include representing owners in completing the sale of their businesses or searching to acquire companies, divisions or product lines; as M&A advisors to clients on acquisitions, values, structures, strategies and methods for ownership transfers of middle market companies; in facilitating financing necessary to consummate the transaction; and preserving client confidentiality.

National Equipment & Business Brokers Institute

Experienced and USPAP-compliant members of National Equipment & Business Brokers Institute are appraisers to prepare a qualified appraisal as required by the IRS, Council of Foundations and U.S. Small Business Administration’s SOP 50 10 (5) (F).

National Propane Gas Association

The National Propane Gas Association (NPGA) is the national trade association representing the U.S. propane industry. Members are small businesses and large corporations engaged in retail marketing of propane gas and appliances; producers and wholesalers of propane equipment; manufacturers and distributors of propane gas appliances and equipment; fabricators of propane gas cylinders and tanks; and propane transporters. Membership is more than 3,200 companies in 50 states, 38 affiliated state or regional associations and 19 foreign countries.

Texas Association of Business Brokers

Texas Association of Business Brokers, TABB, is a not-for-profit professional association representing the Texas business brokerage profession. TABB is the oldest statewide business broker trade association in the country.

TABB’s business brokers represent both business sellers and buyers and offer privately held businesses for sale, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), franchises and business evaluations and appraisals. TABB’s affiliate members are professionals in finance, banking, accounting, law, as real estate brokers, appraisers and other services to business brokers.

TABB is owned and operated by the members and governed by a Board of Directors. It has chapters in Austin, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, and San Antonio.

Tabb holds an annual convention including an education conference, where TABB business brokerage education courses are offered, and a trade show displaying the latest in products and services available to business brokers.

Other Affiliations

Other Affiliations -Key Advisors & Contributors to Business Sale Value

Alamo Corporate Group team calls on outside advisors to provide special expertise when needed for private and corporate acquisitions. These private relationships are available to help our business owners maximize business value with advice or services from outside parties and advisory specialists in:

  • Accounting with Transaction Experience
  • Tax Planning & Management
  • Estate Planning
  • Financial Planning
  • Investment Advisors
  • Lenders – Corporate Finance
  • Mezzanine Financing
  • Private Equity Groups
  • Banking/Non-traditional Lending
  • Environmental Inspection Companies
  • Attorneys with Significant Transaction Experience