VIRTUAL: Young ACG CT: Anatomy of the Deal, Part 2


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June 25, 2020 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM EDT

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Virtual - ACG Connecticut
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 The Anatomy of the Deal, Part 2
 The Connecticut Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth has initiated Young ACG CT for professionals age 35 and younger involved in corporate growth, corporate development and mergers and acquisitions. This is a unique forum to network with your peers and colleagues and explore best practices and share in professional development through a variety of educational, networking and social event and program opportunities.
Young ACG CT OBJECTIVE: to (1) build a strong membership base of professionals age 35 and under involved in middle market corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions, (2) provide programs, events and networking opportunities for its members while assisting and promoting the goals of the greater ACG CT chapter.

Event Registration Fees:
Young Member of ACG CT  - Complimentary
Young Member of Other ACG  - Complimentary
Young Non-Member $15.00  
Please note: You must meet the Young ACG CT criteria to participate.  



Anthony Macaluso

Belden Hill Partners
Vice President

Ryan McComb

MiddleGround Capital
Vice President

RJ - Robert J. Kornhaas

Wiggin and Dana

Jason DeLaurentis

Lockton Companies

Michael DeCruze Martin, DeCruze

Martin, DeCruze and Company LLP

As a partner of Martin, DeCruze & Company, Mike delivers a diverse set of advisory, tax, and attest services to his clients. His practice focuses on providing outsourced CFO services to private equity firms and business owners, helping them facilitate growth and overcome challenges. Mike enjoys helping clients with pre- and post-transaction support, including advice on structuring mergers and acquisitions, financial due diligence/ QoE’s, and integrating the accounting and finance roles.

Mike’s PE and VC clients rely on his expertise to outsource their fund administration, including managing the NAV calculation, financial reporting and investor communication. Mike also has significant experience with startups and SMBs in the technology and professional service space. He helps entrepreneurs create plans to achieve their short and long term goals by improving processes and controls, preparing budgets and reporting on results.

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Part 2 – Getting to the Closing Table:  Once the deal terms have been agreed to by both sides, there is still much work to be done to move the transaction from offer to closing.  Young professionals, in particular, are critical in moving the deal along, from managing due diligence research, performing detailed analyses, rounding out the capital structure and drafting the transaction documents.  Learn best practices and potential pitfalls from experienced deal makers on how to make a difference in this important stage in a transaction process.”

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