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Monroe Room - 6th Floor Session B

Before, During and After the Sale’s Process: Some Key Issues

Presented By: Duane Morris & PNC

A panel of business owners and transactional professionals share war stories and common mistakes to avoid during key points of the sale process to insure you get the best deal.

Moderator:

Brian P. Kerwin
Chairman, Corporate Practice
Duane Morris LLP

A trusted deal lawyer for 30 years, Brian has helped numerous business owners in the sale of their companies in a variety of industries. He is chairman of Duane Morris’ 175-lawyer Corporate Practice Group and a member of the 800-lawyer firm’s Executive Committee. He was selected for twelve consecutive years by Chambers USA as a top lawyer in Corporate/M&A.

Panelests:

Leo Brubaker
COO
Abundant Venture Partners

Leo Brubaker is CEO at Abundant Venture Partners, a purpose-based incubator focused on improving the human condition by creating companies that improve human wellness, human performance and human engagement. Previously, he was president of CityBase, a payment processing and revenue management technology company in the government space, where he led the successful IPO and sale of the company to GTY Technologies.

Bill Watkins
Managing Director, Business Development
PNC

Bill has more than 27 years of investment banking and corporate finance experience. He has completed a range of financial advisory assignments, including mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts and capital raising on behalf of private equity firms and public and private company clients. Previously, he was a managing director with National City Capital Markets Investment Banking Group, where he provided investment banking services within the Industrial group.

Kevin Williamson
Owner & CEO
RJW Transport

As the second-generation owner of RJW Logistics Group, President and CEO Kevin expanded the company to include retail consolidation and fulfillment, resulting in revenue growth exceeding 48 percent each of the past six years. He has designed entry level positions to help graduating students enter the Logistics industry. Today, RJW works out of over 2.1 million square feet of warehouse space, with 100 power units and 500 trailers.