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B2G Forum Meeting: Exit Strategies for B2G Firms

8:00am - 10:00am Center for Cyber and Professional Training (CCPT) at AACC 7556 Teague Road Suite 300 Hanover, Maryland 21076

9/10/2014
When: Wednesday, September 10, 2014
8:00am - 10:00am
Where: Center for Cyber and Professional Training (CCPT) at AACC
7556 Teague Road
Suite 300
Hanover, Maryland  21076
United States
Contact: Christina Royle
410-630-8201

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B2G Forum Meeting: Exit Strategies for B2G Firms

Please join the B2G Forum for a informative panel discussion on Exit Strategies for firms doing business with the government.

Panelists Include:
Bill Graf, M&T Bank
Mike Mercurio, Offit Kurman
Steven Frank, Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP

Moderator: Tim Ward,Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP



Agenda:

8:00 - 8:30: Coffee & Networking
8:30 - 9:10: Panelist Presentation
9:10 - 9:30: Q/A Discussion
9:30 - 10:00: Networking

About Bill Graf:
Bill started M&T Bank’s government contract lending group in 2007. Over the last 6 years, he has financially and strategically assisted dozens of government contractors in the MD/DC/NOVA area. In 2012, Bill was asked to join the M&T Investment Banking Group to further strengthen their government contracting M&A team. Today, Bill is actively plugged into the space and shares his knowledge with his bi-monthly M&T government contracting newsletter that is distributed to over 2,500 people in the government contracting space.

About Mike Mercurio:
Mr. Mercurio is a Principal and Chair of the Offit Kurman, PA’s Business Law and Transactions’ Practice Group. Mr. Mercurio serves as outside general counsel to clients on matters related to corporate and business law, commercial transactions, government contracting, technology issues and real estate. As a strategic partner to firm clients, Mr. Mercurio regularly counsels entrepreneurial individuals and assorted entities on all aspects of business and commerce including formation and structure; ownership, management and control; financing and capital; expansion and acquisition; sale and transfer; and contraction and dissolution. He is well versed in the various issues and challenges companies of all sizes and industries face in the business life cycle including start-up, maturation and end stage considerations. A core specialty practice for Mr. Mercurio is mergers and acquisitions, both from the sell side perspective and buy side perspective, especially in the federal government contracting space.

About Steven Frank:
Steven Frank is a partner in the Transaction Advisory Services practice in Dixon Hughes Goodman’s Metro DC region. Steven has twelve years of public accounting experience, including nine years of transaction advisory services experience. He focuses primarily on the execution of buy-side and sell-side due diligence for clients in a variety of industries within this growing practice of the firm. He has gained significant transaction experience through providing advisory services for over 100 transactions.

Host Sponsor: Center for Cyber and Professional Training (CCPT) at Anne Arundel Community College

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