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Transaction Services

Employee owned companies often use “inside” ESOP trustees. For example, the Company’s president or chief financial officer may fill the role. However, these individuals will likely have conflicts of interest when a major transaction involving the ESOP is concerned, say when an ESOP is acquiring additional stock from selling shareholders, or redeeming shares, or as part of a Company sale to a third party.

Because of our participation in 40+ merger and acquisition transactions as well as numerous ESOP transactions, along with our experience in structuring and obtaining financing for our clients, we are able to:

  • Quickly assess the financial viability of the transaction and its fairness to the ESOP participants.
  • Recommend transaction structures that are acceptable to all sides.
  • Coordinate with valuation and other professionals to avoid delays in closing and excessive professional fees.


Contact27600 Chagrin Boulevard, Suite 200 | Cleveland, Ohio 44122
Phone: 216-464-7481 | Fax: 216-464-7581
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