LD Holdings, Inc., located in Perrysburg in Northwest Ohio, is a financial and management holding company that has identified a significant business opportunity. LD Holdings intends to fill a void in the small business world regarding the sale and transfer of businesses from baby boomer owners to the next generation.
Baby boomers are the largest demographic group in America. 78 million boomers were born between 1946 and 1964, 10,000 will turn 65 every day for the next 19 years, and a boomer turns 50 every 7 seconds. Baby boomers also control approximately 70% of the total wealth in the United States and 50% of the discretionary spending power. Before 2030, over $40 trillion will be transferred to their descendants. LD Holdings believes it has a scalable business plan for this largely untapped market, and will play the role of facilitator for the generational transfer of profitable baby boomer businesses with revenues up to $25 million.
Considering today’s financial environment, there have been difficulties involved with borrowing acquisition money. Historically, business sellers have not sought to provide financing to the prospective buyer and, unfortunately, these types of transactions are normally too large for most individuals, too risky for banks who now have new regulations and too small for most institutional-type investors to finance.
LD Holdings’ business model seeks to capitalize on the massive transfer of generational assets, particularly where boomers are looking to transition from the ownership of small businesses into retirement and are facing pressure to accept values below their true market value just to get the business sold. The company will look to create venture capital returns without venture capital risks by acquiring profitable baby boomer companies and incentivizing the younger management who will take over running the companies. The firm’s leadership is especially focused on business acquisitions that are successful and have a history of profits and cash flow.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ldholdings.com
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