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David Ottinger - Gray Robinson

Mergers & Acquisitions in Tampa, FL

David Ottiner’s legal practice covers corporate transactions, taxation and estate planning.  David's experience includes forming business entities, mergers and acquisitions, corporate financing and leasing transactions, employee and shareholder agreements, and general business o...
Dan Markowitz - Boulay

Mergers & Acquisitions in Eden Prairie, MN

Dan is the leader of Boulay’s ESOP practice. He specializes in audit and other financial reporting engagements for public, private and ESOP-owned clients in a variety of industries including retail, engineering, professional services, real estate, and manufacturing and distribution. Dan ...
Phil Hayes - Berman Hopkins Wright & Laham

Mergers & Acquisitions in Melbourne, FL

Peter Abrahamson - ESOP Structuring Specialists, Inc

Mergers & Acquisitions in Lake Barrington, IL

Before creating es2, Peter was Managing Director and Technical Director at Verit Advisors, LLC.  While there, Peter performed the technical aspects of ESOP financial modeling, valuation, tax, accounting and human capital topics for Verit clients.  Prior to Verit, Peter man...
Michael Krucker - Plante Moran

Mergers & Acquisitions in Detroit, MI

Michael is leader of our employee benefits consulting group, advising clients on designing, implementing, and operating employee benefit programs to stay competitive in the market and increase employee engagement. Mr. Krucker specializes in qualified retirement plans, including ESOPs. Addition...
Blake Head - BDO USA, LLP and BDO Capital Advisors, LLC

Mergers & Acquisitions in Atlanta, GA

Blake Head is a Senior Manager with BDO USA, LLP and also works as a Vice President for BDO’s Corporate Finance affiliate, BDO Capital Adviso...
Wayne Isaacks - Isaacks and Associates

Mergers & Acquisitions in Houston, TX

Wayne Isaacks, JD, CPA is a Houston, Native who specializes in counseling owners and management of closely-held businesses in developing ownership and tax strategies and transactions to promote growth in value while minimizing losses to taxation.  Bus...

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In recent years, ESOPs have become an attractive alternative option to raise capital for a corporate merger or acquisition. Due to the special tax status of an employee ownership plan, a company that already has an ESOP can use the plan to finance an acquisition with pre-tax money � unlike an ordinary loan for a leveraged buyout, government rules allow an ESOP loan to be deducted in its entirety, with interest as well as principal included in the deduction. Acquiring shares of another company as an investment made through your ESOP puts your company in an advantageous position compared to other buyers, since the tax benefits that apply to an ESOP will give you an extra monetary edge in negotiations. Our experts in ESOP financing as well as M&A lawyers and other aspects of mergers and acquisitions will offer you valuable advice in how to leverage your advantage to maximum effect.

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