Center for Private Company Excellence Seminar: Using Acquisitions as a Growth Strategy

Center for Private Company Excellence



October 15, 2013
7:30am to 10:30am
Kreischer Miller, Horsham

With the economy stuck in neutral, many business owners are considering using M&A as a vehicle to augment sluggish organic growth. However, historical trends tell us that M&A often destroys more value than it creates. This seminar will focus on current trends in the M&A market as well as M&A strategies, structures, and deal financing.

Join us for an interactive and practical seminar that will cover:

  • Current trends in the M&A market, valuations, and the outlook for 2014
  • M&A strategies and related risks
  • Overview of transaction structures and associated pros and cons
  • Earnouts and clawbacks
  • Sources of M&A financing


  • Christopher F. Meshginpoosh, Director, Audit & Accounting, Kreischer Miller
  • Richard J. Nelson, Director, Tax Strategies, Kreischer Miller


7:30 AM – 8:00 AM        Breakfast and networking
8:00 AM – 10:30 AM      Seminar

Attendees will receive 2 hours of professional education credit for participating.  More details below.


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2 CPE Credits. Learning objectives: Overview of ways privately-held companies can use acquisitions as a growth strategy. This is an overview course presented in a live group environment. There are no prerequisites or advance preparation required.

CPE Provider: Kreischer Miller
Pennsylvania: PX000323L
New Jersey: 20CE00209200 (CE2092)

State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.