Your roadmap to planning a successful exit from your business
Date: 12 Feb 2020
Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Your invitation to a free breakfast seminar from Shorts:
Finding your roadmap to a successful exit. Perfect if you are a business owner who would like to understand more about:
- Selling your business to a trade buyer
- How to exit your business via a management buyout
- Protecting your position on sale and maximising net proceeds
Time: Refreshments from 8.00 for 8.30am start
Close: Presentations and Q&A to close 10.00 am
Location: Advanced Manufacturing Park, Brunel Way, Catcliffe, Rotherham S60 5WG
- Andy Ryder, Corporate Finance Partner of Shorts Chartered Accountants – Andy has over 15 years’ Corporate Finance experience. He has extensive knowledge of business acquisitions, disposals, management buyouts/ buyins and fundraising across a range of sectors and deal sizes, from <£1m up to £50m.
- David Robinson Tax Director at Shorts Chartered Accountants – A qualified Chartered Tax Adviser with over 10 years’ experience in the profession, David joined Shorts having previously worked for national firms including BDO and RSM. He has significant experience advising growing owner managed businesses on all aspects of taxation including; acquisitions and disposals, reorganisations and exit planning.
- Peter Crawford, Corporate Partner at Freeths LLP – Peter heads Freeths’ Sheffield corporate team. He previously worked in Cambridge and Brussels, returning to Sheffield in 2007. Peter’s background is in corporate finance. He has a broad range of experience of company acquisitions and disposals, MBO’s, refinancing and company law generally and acts for a wide portfolio of both local and national clients.
- Neil Bradburne, Area business Manager at Barclays – Neil heads up the Business Banking team for Barclays in South Yorkshire. He has spent over 25 years in the Banking Industry and has a broad range of experience in funding company acquisitions via Barclays assisted funding. Neil has a team of over 10 staff in South Yorkshire, which means Barclays have a local presence to meet local needs.
As spaces are limited and these events are always well attended we would respectfully request that lawyers, bank representatives and professionals in practice do not book places at this event.
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Location: Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP)