Innisbrook Equity Group has over 35 years experience in handling transactions that other M&A Intermediaries shy away from, either through inexperience or unwillingness to deal with the more complex, interpersonal relationship aspects of the IEG niche market of distressed companies. It is the ability of IEG to rapidly assess and solve the out-of-the-ordinary that distinguishes IEG. Part of that comes from experience and expertise in getting to the core reasoning behind actions and aspirations of not only the client and acquirer but also other parties-in-interest such as creditors, lenders and the judicial system and then getting a consensus in such a way that equitably benefits all of them. Couple that with IEG having developed a proprietary global email database of Private Equity Groups and M&AIs and you have the reasons why IEG can generally put a timely solution on the table, to everyone's benefit, more than other M&AIs.

All companies in financial distress only have seven avenues of exit: (1) refinance through new lenders or restructure existing lines, (2) merge or form a joint venture with another business, (3) sell the whole business as a going concern, (4) sell a portion of the business or some assets to generate liquidity, (5)liquidate the business, (6) in bankruptcy, formulate a consensual plan of reorganization, (7) in bankruptcy, effect a cramdown plan of reorganization. IEG pursues all the alternatives at the one time and with its Sealed Bid program usually effects a solution inside of 90 days from hire.

When IEG's long time core business in the distressed arena declined during the period of profligate lending by banks and others to anyone who would sign loan documents, IEG entered another business arena. Emerging IP has a lot in common with distressed business - no profits, questionable asset base other than the IP, and lack of management. Just add sales revenue and it is basically a distressed business. So IEG applied proven techniques for distressed businesses to the emerging IP arena.