About the Webinar

Sustainability is the concept of utilizing a resource in a manner that enables longevity. In an ESOP company, the concept relates specifically to perpetuating the ESOP while maintaining the health of the business. ESOP policy decisions are generally established at the inception of the plan when there is not a clear understanding of how such decisions will influence the business as it matures.

You will review how ESOP policies can affect the following:

  • Repurchase Obligation
  • Value Trajectory
  • Benefit Expectations
  • Future Cash Flow Implications
  • Management Succession
Presenter(s)

Kamil Swierczek joined Prairie Capital Advisors in 2012. He specializes in advising middle market companies on various ownership transition strategies. Kamil’s responsibilities include project management along with conducting corporate valuations and related transaction analyses in support of a wide variety of ownership transition and valuation engagements, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A), employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), leveraged buyouts (LBOs), management buyouts (MBOs), and other capital structuring projects for clients nationwide. He also provides seamless communication with clients, trustees and other service providers. In addition, Kamil takes active involvement in training new analysts.

Harsh joined Prairie Capital Advisors in 2015. He completes financial analysis and modeling services as well as analyzes the business dynamics and trends of publicly-traded companies. In addition, Harsh performs merger and acquisition (M&A) research and prepares narrative reports in support of a wide variety of valuation projects, including employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), leveraged buyouts (LBOs), management buyouts (MBOs) and other capital structuring projects for clients nationwide. His other responsibilities include seamless communication with clients, trustees and other service providers.

 

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