October 23, 2018
CMG Managing Partner, Ramsey Goodrich, was a panelist at the 8th annual CohnReznick's Liquidity & Capital Raising National Forum on a panel titled: Deal Structures that Match Strategy.  The panel discussed the advangages and disadvantages of both control and minority transactions from the persepctives of both investors and business owners.

Most business executives think that a transaction with a private equity firm means relinquishing their control position in the operation of the business. In a control transaction, that may be true, but today, a growing number of private equity firms are willing to structure non-control transactions that may more closely align with the company’s strategic plan. Here, our panel of private equity professionals will explore the similarities and differences of control and non-control transactions.

From Main Street to Wall Street, business executives and deal makers want to know which market conditions and economic factors will impact their ability to grow, identify opportunities, access capital, and close transactions. Now in its eighth year, CohnReznick's Liquidity & Capital Raising National Forum has become an industry leading platform for gaining market intelligence and connecting.     

Conference Agenda
Full-day conference. Networking, breakfast, lunch, and cocktail reception. Deal Connection program matches company executives with private equity investors. For a detailed breakout of our day, please see our agenda.