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Financing an ESOP Transaction

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This replay was recorded on February 12, 2019.

About This Meeting

This Webinar provides you with on overview of how employee stock
ownership plans (ESOPs) work, with the focus on financing the ESOP
transaction to help you assess whether an ESOP is feasible for your company.

You will learn:


Steve Ryan

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Prairie Capital Advisors, Inc.

Steve has more than 30 years of new business and banking experience to clients throughout the country. He has led commercial banking teams that interact with business owners and c-level executives of private and public companies. Through his career, he has acted as trusted advisor to many privately held companies to assist them in growth initiatives, business transitions and liquidity events over the years. Steve is actively involved in his community as a member of the Snow City Arts board and the Indian Boundary Y.M.C.A. board.

Richard P. Shuma

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Prairie Capital Advisors, Inc.

Richard P. Shuma, managing director at Prairie Capital Advisors, Inc. has a 35+year career advising corporate clients on capital structure, business strategies, and alternatives to efficiently realize on the value that they have created. He has represented corporate and investment banking disciplines in a wide range of financing, strategic advisory engagements, buy- and sell-side M&A engagements, and other capital-raising engagements. Through the past 10 years he has focused heavily on the ESOP as a transition vehicle.