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What's It Really Worth: Using Company Value as a Management Tool

Hosted in San Francisco

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

11:30 am - 2:00 pm

 

 

You are invited to join fellow mid-market Bay Area CEOs and business owners for an exclusive luncheon presentation and discussion on how the CEO can make growth an on-going management objective.

Seasoned investment banker Neil Paschall will share how buyers, sellers, and their M & A Bankers determine value.  As the CEO you can leverage his experience to determine the true value of your business.

•    What doesn’t anyone care about “Fair Market Value”?

•    What are the biggest mistakes made by sellers?                                                                                             

•    What is the most closely guarded secret in every M & A transaction?

 

We will also engage in confidential and lively group conversations to explore how you can apply this understanding in your company.

Attendance is limited so be sure to RSVP  by September 14th to reserve your spot.

 

Event Speakers

Location

US Bank
One California Street, 20th Flr Conference Room
San Francisco, CA
 

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