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Winter, 2017 - What is Your Business Worth?

Fall, 2016 - Foreign Currency Hedging

Summer, 2016 - Leasing

Spring, 2016 - Cashflow Management - Part 2

Winter, 2016 - Cashflow Management - Part 1

Fall, 2015 - Shareholder Agreements - Part 2

Summer, 2015 - Budgeting as a Management Tool

Spring, 2015 - Financial Covenants in the Lending Agreement

Winter, 2015 - Leveraged Buyouts

Fall, 2014 - Valuing Synergies in M&A

Summer, 2014 - Cross Border M&A

Spring, 2014 - Liquidity and Control in Valuing a Business

Winter, 2014 - Optimizing Your Capital Structure

Fall, 2013 - Integrating the Target After Acquisition

Summer, 2013 - Negotiating the Business Acquisition

Spring 2013 - The Controlled Auction

Winter, 2013 - Shares or Assets Acquisition When Buying a Company

Fall, 2012 - Due Diligence

Summer, 2012 - Earnouts

Spring, 2012 - Letters of Intent

Winter, 2012 - Valuation

Fall, 2011 - The Acquisition Proposal

Summer, 2011 - Developing an Acquisition Strategy

Spring, 2011 - Shareholder Agreements

Winter, 2011 - How to Sell Your Business

Fall, 2010 - Financing Your Business Acquisition

Summer, 2010 - Preparing Your Business for Sale

Spring, 2010 - Management or Shareholder Buyouts

Winter, 2010 - Mezzanine or Sub-Debt Financing

Fall, 2009 - Venture Capital Investments

Summer, 2009 - Factoring

Spring, 2009 - Asset Based Loans

Winter, 2009 - Retrench and Refocus

Fall, 2008 - How to Survive an Economic Downturn

Summer, 2008 - The Restructuring Plan

Spring, 2008 - The Business Plan from a Lender or Investor Perspective

Winter, 2008 - Making the Business Plan a Catalyst for Success

Fall, 2007 - Succession Planning for Small Businesses

Summer, 2007 - The Process of Closing a Loan

Spring, 2007 - Special Loan Situations

Winter, 2007 - Re-Negotiating Your Existing Credit Facility

Fall, 2006 - The Pitfalls of Refinancing Your Business

Summer, 2006 - Forecasting: If it's so important, why can't companies get it right?

 

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