Exit Planning Success Exit Stories
The panel of transaction professionals from both the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) and the Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) will stage a joint ‘mock negotiation’ regarding the sale of Murphy Metals (based upon a case study).
As an update to the case study, the Company has recently competed a diligent sale auction process managed by the seller’s investment bank, which generated a number of offers from both strategic and financial investors, each with their advantages and disadvantages. Murphy Metals, and the Murphy Family, has agreed to sell a majority of the company for a fair price to a private equity investor. After a short preliminary due diligence period, the buyer’s due diligence advisor has identified a number of issues have come up that now need to be resolved. Furthermore, the lawyers for both side have also raised a number of issues that could be a problem. None are seen as deal breakers, but each has real value – both to the seller and to the buyer.
This mock negotiation will highlight some typical deal terms and issues that arise, but perhaps with a twist! The goal of this session is to involve the audience in arriving at a resolution so that each side can move forward to a successful closing. We hope you can participate in this exciting new format
Click here for the case study.
Sell Side Investment Banker
Carter Morse & Mathias
Client (Mr. Murphy)
Robinson + Cole
Wiggin & Dana
Buyer Legal Counsel
RSM USA LLP
Buyer Due Diligence Advisor
Registration Fees: Early Bird Rates Expire January 31, 2018
Members of ACG CT - Complimentary
Members of XPX CT - Complimentary
Members of XPX TriState - Complimentary
Young Members of ACG CT - Complimentary
Non-Member 75.00 (early bird)
Member of other ACG Chapter 55.00 (early bird)
Member of other ACG Chapter 75.00
***Registration is through ACG***