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Davis Blank Furniss has joined forces with Royal Bank of Scotland and Sterling Partners and will be staging a free event that will help business owners plan for their eventual succession or exit.
The morning seminar will be taking place on Thursday 5th November at the RBS offices in Spinningfields. Delegates will hear from Andy McNish (corporate partner at Davis Blank Furniss); Jessica Greenhalgh (business and employment solicitor at Davis Blank Furniss); Saeid Mokhtassi (managing director of Sterling Partners); and Craig Cheetham (director, RBS Corporate Transaction Team).
Areas that will be covered include:
~ Finding successors
~ Maximising value
~ Structuring and funding the exit
~ Preparing for exit
~ How to fund an MBO
Andy McNish commented: “There’s no doubt that successful small business owners need to plan for their succession/exit but it can be a daunting prospect and can be easily overlooked when the pressures of running a company takes over. He added: The purpose of the seminar is to provide real insight so when the time comes any exit will be straightforward, rewarding and tax efficient.”
Date: Thursday 5th November 2015
Time: 8am start
Venue: Royal Bank of Scotland, Spinningfields, Manchester
Bookings: Place can be reserved here.