has been acquired by

Duff & Phelps Provided a Fairness Opinion to Rainbow Disposal Company, Inc.

2014-12-11T00:00:00.0000000 /-/media/assets/images/transactions/2017/rainbow-environmental-services.ashx /-/media/assets/images/transactions/2015/republic-services.ashx /about-us/transactions/fairness-opinions/fairness-opinion-erisa-advisor---rainbow-environmental-services case study {D59CA77E-C551-45A3-BE89-F567210C5A60} {A1AECEED-3318-44A4-ABA5-911CA7D29CA5} {C91DEFE0-8446-4573-8D7B-6D30B0BA9D81} {E010DCD9-B7BA-4B98-9F3C-A51506B5C1D8} {4DACD310-421A-42AC-BEF4-8AA7E70484CD} {D3AE3EC6-3254-4441-B111-1AF8D558906C} {46C15BB5-0833-4B51-B9BD-6E99C50DB149}

Related Services

Duff & Phelps Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

Comprehensive support throughout mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions.

Corporate Finance
Duff & Phelps Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

ESOP and ERISA Advisory

Helping clients navigate the complex financial, regulatory and tax aspects of ESOP transactions.

ESOP and ERISA Advisory
Duff & Phelps Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

Fairness Opinions

#1 ranked provider of fairness opinions for boards of directors and special committees.

Fairness Opinions
Duff & Phelps Valuation Advisory Services

Valuation Advisory

Valuation Services

Objective valuations for financial reporting, tax and management planning purposes.

Valuation Services
Duff & Phelps Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

M&A Advisory

Middle-market M&A advisory differentiated by industry expertise and superior deal execution.

M&A Advisory
Duff & Phelps Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

Transaction Advisory Services

Seamless analytical advisory through the deal continuum, from transaction origination to closing.

Transaction Advisory Services

Related Case Studies

Duff & Phelps Achieves Successful Turnaround of Dreamland

Duff & Phelps achieved a business turnaround following 18 months of trading, during which time the theme park and additional properties were developed through investment of £35m. Exit was via CVA which enabled dividend to be paid to unsecured creditors.

Insights