About Us

FT Acquisitions is a Sunbelt Network Worldwide affiliate, group founded in 1978 and during the past three decades has rapidly grown to become the world`s largest business brokerage firm. Today, we have approximately 250 independently owned and operated offices in 22 countries, with nearly 2,400 transaction professionals  located in North America, Europe, Asia, South America and Australia. Collectively, Sunbelt manages 4,000 to 5,000 business sales each year. FT Acquisitions is an independent licensee of Sunbelt Business Brokers in Brazil. Our network is made up of trained experts in managing the business sale and acquisition process and they are capable of putting Sunbelt`s global reach to work for you. As part of your team of advisors, our Business Brokers and Middle Market professionals work with you to navigate the complexities of buying or selling a business. Our interests are aligned with yours and we know business transactions do not close unless all parties feel they have reached an equitable outcome. We are committed to confidentiality, integrity and professionalism.  When you choose FT Acquisitions, you save time and money with an authority in business sales you can trust. Do you want to invest  in Brazil? Our certified business intermediaries and our Brazil network can help you create this plan to get the most out of buying a business or selling your own business.


Sell or Buy A BUSINESS in Brazil  

FT Acquisitions is part of the largest network of business brokers and M&A advisor in the world. If you are looking to sell we have the global network to market your business and the resources to help you find the right buyer. Our Brokers and Intermediaries provide everything from practical approaches and solutions to achieving your exit strategies, as well as strategic analysis and advice, “tough love” about your divestiture and exit plans, approach and expectations. With FT Acquisitions on your side, your Broker/Intermediary is truly, an extension of your team working tirelessly to understand your business and your needs, to help you achieve your goals.  Contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation to see how we can help you assess, consider, plan and value or if you are ready, simply to sell your business.    


We offer the Valuation Process to our customers to help determining how much a business is worth. It´s not simply process as we can imagine. The first problem of business valuation is how to set a value on all the assets of a business, including the intangibles, how much is the goodwill, a business logo, a trademark, new contracts or a client list worth. There are several different business valuation methods that can be used to tackle the problem and attempt to determine a fair price for the business to be sold:
  • DCF – Discounted Cash Flow: DCF analysis is a method of valuing a project, company, or asset using the concepts of the time value of money. All future cash flows are estimated and discounted to give their present values (PVs)-the sum of all future cash flows, both incoming and outgoing, is the net present value (NPV), which is taken as the value or price of the cash flows in question. Present value may also be expressed as a number of years` purchase of the future undiscounted annual cash flows expected to arise.
  • Asset Accumulation: The Asset Approach is based on the premise that it is generally possible to liquidate the property, plant and equipment (PP&E) assets of a company, and after paying off the company`s liabilities the net proceeds would accrue to the equity of the company.
  • Market Value: This valuation method is applicable for quoted companies only. The market value is determined by multiplying the quoted share price of the company by the number of issued shares. This valuation reflects the price that the market at a point in time is prepared to pay for the shares.
  • Price Earnings Multiple Valuation: The price-earnings ration (P/E) is simply the price of a company`s share of common stock in the public market divided by its earnings per share. By multiplying this P/E multiple by the net income, the value for the business could be determined. This valuation method provides a benchmark business valuation as the non-listed companies wishing to use this method; a comparable quoted company/sector should be used.
  • Valuation based on net worth: The net worth of a business is essentially the difference between what it owns (assets) and what it owes (liabilities). Assets minus liabilities equals net worth. When calculating a business`s net worth, you need to consider both tangible assets (such as machinery and equipment) and intangible assets (such as goodwill and intellectual property).
  • Valuation based on annual net profit: Some people prefer to value businesses based on a business`s annual net profit. Many industries have a ratio for valuing a business in this way. For example, the marketplace may value a particular type of business – as long as it`s secure – at 3 times its annual net profit. However, a less secure business in the same industry might sell for only twice the annual net profit.
  • Several others methods can be used … : At this point in your valuation of a business, you`ll usually need to select a valuation method or combination of methods. No one method is the solution for any business. It`s usually a combination of methods that the marketplace uses, B4Us – Sunbelt BHBC use 12 methods to get the closest value and so you`ll have a more accurate idea of just what your business is worth and a range of prices that you can use as parameters for your negotiations.

We are the most experienced company in the world to valuate your company!