Mike Ginsberg’s Posts

College Tours: A Rite of Passage for High School Students and Reinforcement for Business Owners

April 21st, 2014
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Those of us with children in school know this is the time of year that classes shut down for spring break. If you’re like me, it is also the first time since the New Year that we’re able to take a family vacation. Last year we traveled to California which is a big deal for […]

Using an Intermediary in a Third Party Sale

April 8th, 2014
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Today’s blog post is from Patrick Carroll, who details the benefits of an owner using a professional intermediary to represent them in the sale of your business instead of going at it alone with a trusted attorney. I think he covers all of the valuable points that an experienced intermediary will bring into the sale […]

How Do You Tell Your Staff You Are Selling Your Business? The Better Question Might Be When Do You Tell Them?

April 4th, 2014
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You decide that it is time for you to sell your business. A lot of painstaking thought, countless hours of conversation with trusted advisors and loved ones, and more sleepless nights than you dare admit went into you making this life-altering decision. You finally determined the timing is right for a sale and you’re going […]

U.S. banks band together and fire back at policy makers. Can the ARM industry follow their lead?

April 1st, 2014
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The headlines in the financial press last week read that an unexpected bank tax was drawing major resistance from U.S. banks. Reading further, we found out that Republican lawmaker Dave Camp proposed the bank tax, the same party that received substantial financial support from banks during the 2012 elections. Quick to react, Bank of America, […]

Attention ARM Professionals, Mark Your Calendars for May 20th!

March 24th, 2014
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The ARM industry continues to experience many significant developments industry-wide. From regulatory changes to client pressures, technology advancement and major mergers, executives must make time in their demanding schedules to work through these, and other, real-time challenges. To help separate fact from fiction, Mike Ginsberg and Rozanne Andersen have teamed up to present to you […]

Five Critical Things to Do Before You Sell Your Business

March 14th, 2014
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The volume of mergers and acquisitions has increased this year with strong signs this trend will continue into the foreseeable future. With that, the volume of solicitations from buyers wanting to talk about buying your business will also increase. This is good news for owners contemplating a sale in the short term. But what if […]

M&A Activity Is Off To A Fast Start In 2014 and Some Trends Are Worth Watching

March 11th, 2014
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The volume of merger and acquisition activity in the ARM industry has shot up significantly in 2014 when compared to the activity of the past two years. If the flurry of transactions already seen in the debt buying sector in 2014 is any indication, we should fasten our seatbelts because we’re in for quite a […]

A Glimpse at the Dynamic Non-Profit Hospital Market

March 4th, 2014
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From 2008 to 2013, the healthcare industry revenues grew at an annual rate of 3.4%. It is expected to continue expanding at an annual rate of 3.9% up to the year 2018.                   The hospital market is comprised of non-profit hospitals, for-profit hospitals, and government owned hospitals. […]

Top Questions To Ask the Potential Buyer of Your Business

February 26th, 2014
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You built a successful business and decided it is time to sell. You and your leadership team worked hard preparing the company for the selling process. You prepared the owners and your leadership team for what your life might be like after the deal closes. You expect the buyer will ask for a lot of […]

Major moves are being made in the debt purchasing world. Who’s going to make the next move?

February 21st, 2014
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Do you remember playing the game Risk growing up? For those of you who never played, Risk is a classic strategy game played on a board illustration of a map of the Earth divided into territories that are grouped together into six continents. The object of the game is to gain world dominance by occupying […]

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College Tours: A Rite of Passage for High School Students and Reinforcement for Business Owners

April 21, 2014

Those of us with children in school know this is the time of year that classes shut down for spring break. If youre like me, it is also t ....
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Using an Intermediary in a Third Party Sale

April 8, 2014

Todays blog post is from Patrick Carroll, who details the benefits of an owner using a professional intermediary to represent them in the ....
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How Do You Tell Your Staff You Are Selling Your Business? The Better Question Might Be When Do You Tell Them?

April 4, 2014

You decide that it is time for you to sell your business. A lot of painstaking thought, countless hours of conversation with trusted advisor ....
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