If the adage is true that knowledge is power (and we think it is)—we can guarantee you will walk away empowered by our May 6th broadcast.
A few weeks ago Ray Pagano and Gary Anderson told a story about a very happy ending to Ray’s exit strategy for his family-business. But that is not always the case. Especially not in this economy—-but the picture is not as bleak as you might imagine.
Our guest on Thursday, Mark Dayman of Cap-Val LLC, will share his expertise as we discuss how to develop multiple exit strategy options. With his guidance, you will learn how to have more control of your exit, will better understand the factors that drive value and price, and will learn how to reduce your risk—all from the perspective of a business valuation expert.
Listen live at 1:00pm on Thursday May 6th–or if you can’t be with us then–you will be able to download the full broadcast on this site after the show airs.
Mark is a Partner in the Atlanta office of CapVal – American Business Appraisers, LLC, and a Managing Director of The McLean Group, LLC Investment Bankers. For many years he was the Managing Shareholder of Dayman Lurie & Goldsbury (DLG), a New England affiliate of BDO Seidman LP. Mark has over 30 years of experience in enterprise appraisals and pricing, capital formation, franchising, and transactions.
Mark’s appraisal experience focuses on exit strategies and enterprise pricing, estates and trusts, and Fair Value. He also uses these skills in litigation support and forensics, and he is a qualified expert in litigation matters in Federal, Bankruptcy and various state courts. Mark is Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and is a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) accredited by the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts. Mark is also a member of the American Society of Appraisers, the Institute of Business Appraisers, and the Vermont and Georgia Societies of CPAs.
In his capacity as a licensed investment banker, Mark has worked on transactions involving the sale of businesses in a number of industries with prices as high as $135 million. His capital formation skills also extend to various forms of debt, as well as the use of franchising to form capital. He holds Series 62 and 63 securities licenses.
A graduate of the University of Vermont, Mark is a frequent guest speaker to various user groups on matters of value, pricing, value enhancement, exit strategy, M&A, and franchising. While speaking venues often include related professional associations and bar associations, he is increasingly asked to speak at franchisor corporate events and annual franchise conferences to help focus attention on franchisee exit strategies to preserve continuity in brands. Mark is a member of the Board of Directors of the Southeast Franchise Association.