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This replay was recorded on February 21, 2017.
About This Meeting
Determining the value of ESOP shares requires complicated, regulated analysis, but everyone connected with the ESOP needs to know the basics. This Webinar is designed to serve either as an overview for people who just want to understand the key concepts of ESOP valuation or as a foundation on which to learn more advanced valuation topics. We assume that participants have a knowledge of financial statements, but not familiarity with valuation. You will learn:
You will learn:
- Issues specific to ESOP valuations, including core concepts, methods, and current trends.
- What features of the valuation report are most important to review.
|Valuation Basics |
Michael McGinley and Andy O'Neil, Prairie Capital Advisors, Inc.
Michael J. McGinley
Prairie Capital Advisors, Inc.
Michael operates out of Prairie Capital Advisors' Atlanta office. He specializes in the valuation of businesses, business interests, and tangible and intangible assets for purposes of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), ESOPs, gift and estate planning, strategic planning, financial accounting and reporting, tax planning and compliance, buy-sell agreements and dispute resolution. Michael has provided financial advisory services to clients ranging from private equity firms to international public companies to smaller family-owned and startup businesses. Michael has performed valuation and financial advisory services in the following industries: architecture/engineering/construction firms, automotive, biotechnology, chemical, consumer goods, distribution, energy, entertainment, financial services (including accounting, banking and investment management), food and restaurant, health care and dentistry, high technology, management consulting and other service related firms, manufacturing, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, public relations, retail, transportation, telecommunications and utilities.
Prairie Capital Advisors, Inc.
Andrew operates out of Prairie Capital Advisors Boston office. He advises companies and principals on valuation and ownership transition issues specifically ESOP formation and implementation. Services include adequate consideration analyses, feasibility studies, transaction financing and restructuring, fairness and solvency opinions, post-transaction cash flow analyses, and annual valuations. Throughout his career, Andrew has worked with business enterprises ranging from closely held companies, private equity funds, public companies and in international markets with multi-lateral lenders and on privatization of state-owned enterprises. He has performed valuation and economic analysis services for clients in the following industries: software, retail, manufacturing, distribution, energy services and infrastructure, utilities, telecommunications, transportation, and engineering and construction management.