Financial Advisory Specialists - Take Note
An innovative two-day conference hosted by the Alliance of Merger and Acquisition Advisors (AMAA) and organized at the request of CPAs and other financial advisors and consultants who want to better serve the corporate financial advisory needs of private business owners will be held in Chicago November 4-5, 1999.
The National Conference on Corporate Financial Advisory Services for CPAs is sponsored By:
National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA)
and The Quantum Alliance Companies:
- Pencor Mazur, LLC
- Quantum Institute for Management Advisors
- Alliance of Merger and Acquisition Advisors (AMAA)
The "Corporate Profitability Continuum" features investment banking related services for privately-held companies enabling CPAs to attract new clients and generate significant additional fees. Participants will learn from the nation's foremost experts in business valuation, performance and profit improvement, and mergers & acquisitions.
This two day education and training conference is to be held at the Radisson Hotel & Suites in downtown Chicago on November 4th and 5th, 1999 and will qualify for 16 hours of CPE credit in the Consulting Services field of study.
Featured are 13 nationally renown speakers including:
*Bob Green and Parnell Black, Founders of NACVA
*Fred G. Jager, former President of Geneva
*Robert W. Wood, Editor-In-Chief, The M&A Tax Report, and many other experts.
"The greatest transfer of wealth in history will occur in this country over the next decade; an estimated $10 trillion is expected to change hands, and much of this wealth is tied up in family-business stock"(The Wall Street Journal, June 16, 1996)
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