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Despite the challenging economic climate, many government contractors have maintained solid financial performance throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. But exposure to a host of uncontrollable risks means that continued growth is far from certain.
There's a lot of confusion about employee stock ownership plans. Questions about structure, valuation, financing, governance, and exit planning are commonplace among owners and advisors. CSG's Lawrence Kaplan helped dispel a number of misconceptions in a recent, wide-ranging Q&A.
Despite a host of pandemic-related challenges, the transportation and logistics industry has largely thrived in 2020. Rapid changes in consumer habits have fueled industry growth, and an M&A uptick is sure to follow. But these sales could be complicated by overlooked tax liabilities.
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has been a lifeline for many businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic. But for businesses in the midst of transactions, and their financial partners, the program has been a double-edged sword.
By CSG Staff
August 24, 2020
Lawrence Kaplan - CSG's founder and managing partner - explored the merits of employee stock ownership plan transactions as diversification strategies in a recent Vistage Networks webinar.
Please Note: this article was published prior to the completion of the 2020 US Election Cycle. November’s electoral outcome is far from certain, but a change in the White House – combined with ongoing fallout from the Coronavirus pandemic – may have a profound effect on the M&A landscape.
Financial advisors have a dynamic and demanding set of responsibilities, made only more difficult during times of uncertainty. When their client is a business owner, these challenges are amplified even further – the result of communication complexities and portfolio concentration.