Date & Time

September 27, 4:00 – 7:00 PM ET
Event Details provided upon RSVP Approval

About the Event

New York Private Bank & Trust, Force Family Office, and Legacy Partners are honored to host an in-person reception and expert panel on how to execute a profitable exit and leave your mark for generations to come.

Proactive planning ensures a business is well positioned to attract an investor upon exit and that the owner can enjoy a successful sale that creates significant family wealth.

Our panel will discuss:

  • The primary exit strategies and the necessary components of a Master Exit Plan® 
  • The most impactful value drivers and how to effectively increase return on investment upon exit
  • The mergers and acquisitions process, including understanding value, buyers, deal structure, and minimizing tax impact
  • Strategies to protect a family’s wealth and create a legacy plan
  • The impact of timing in the mergers and acquisition marketplace on selling price 

Our panel includes:

Chris Vanderzyden: Founding Principal, Legacy Partners
George Dickson: Chief Investment Officer, New York Private Bank & Trust
Steven Saltzstein: CEO, FORCE Family Office

Moderator: James Berger: Managing Partner, New York Private Bank & Trust

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