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How Can Buyers/Sellers Avoid Transaction Mistakes? Learn at PCT’s M&A Virtual Event

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One of the can’t-miss sessions at the upcoming PCT Mergers and Acquisitions Virtual Event, scheduled for Aug. 27, is “5 Mistakes Buyers and Sellers Make That Cost Them Dearly,” presented by Paul Giannamore. Giannamore will discuss the most costly – and common – mistakes both sides of the deal often make, with devastating consequences.

| July 14, 2014

RICHFIELD, Ohio — One of the can’t-miss sessions at the upcoming PCT Mergers and Acquisitions Virtual Event, scheduled for Aug. 27, is “5 Mistakes Buyers and Sellers Make That Cost Them Dearly,” presented by Paul Giannamore. Giannamore will discuss the most costly – and common – mistakes both sides of the deal often make, with devastating consequences. In an M&A transaction, a  seller can do everything right and make one seemingly minor mistake and end up leaving a significant amount of money on the table. Buyers are often pennywise and pound foolish because they don’t know what they don’t know, and they end up paying for it. In this presentation, M&A authority Giannamore will discuss the most costly – and common – mistakes both sides of the deal often make, with devastating consequences. An industry veteran, with over a dozen clients on the PCT Top 100, you’ll benefit from Paul’s tens of thousands of hours advising on over $20 billion in M&A transactions for firms ranging from small, family businesses to large international firms such as The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, ISS PEST Control, American Airlines and Hewlett Packard.

 

Designed for anyone exploring the possibility of a sale, currently in the market for acquisitions, or laying the groundwork for succession planning, the upcoming PCT Mergers and Acquisitions Virtual Event is a half-day virtual event that provides expert advice from some of the industry’s leading authorities on mergers and acquisitions and family business issues.

Other featured sessions include:

• The M&A Journey: Envisioning Life’s Bigger Picture Dan Gordon, President, PCO Bookkeepers, and John P. Corrigan, Esq. attorney, Corrigan and Baker LLC

• Why Buyers Buy Rand Hollon, Licensed Broker, Preferred Business Brokers

• The Role of Private Equity: What You Need to Know Michael O’Connell, Managing Director, Brocket Tamny & Co. Christopher Ball, Director, Brocket Tamny & Co.

• A Word from Our Sponsors: How They View the M&A Market

More Information is available at http://manda.pctonline.com/schedule.aspx
Register at https://student.gototraining.com/r/3379584642298361856

The Mergers & Acquisition Virtual Event is sponsored by Rollins, Steritech, Arrow Exterminators, Massey Services and Terminix.

 

 

Learn more at manda.pctonline.com, or call PCT’s conference division at 800/456-0707. 

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