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In this part four of the Mergers and Acquisitions Webinar series, presenters will cover the presentation for and steps involved in completing the mergers and acquisitions transition, or as it is better known, "the closing," and will address the factors to consider in determining time and place for the closing to occur. This session will cover:
About the Presenters:
Eric Baker is an attorney with the firm of Frost Brown Todd, LLC in its Indianapolis, Indiana office. Eric understands the regulatory, environmental and economic challenges facing companies today; he spent 18 years serving as general counsel in the transportation industry. As a former general counsel, Eric was involved in determining the strategic direction of companies, managing legal matters, reviewing and drafting employment policies and documents, and reviewing and drafting commercial contracts. His experience includes mergers and acquisitions, international and domestic commercial real estate, corporate compliance and governance, employment law, intellectual property, and international licensing and authorized representative agreements. Eric's focus as a member of FBT's Distribution, Logistics and Transportation industry team is on mergers and acquisitions, corporate transactions and general corporate matters. Eric also assists in defending clients in commercial litigation, employment issues, and personal injury matters and liability issue. Eris earned his J.D from Valparasio University School of Law and his B.A from Indiana University. He is licensed to practice in Indiana.
Dan Cook is a principal and the Director of Risk Finance & National Practice Leader at TrueNorth Companies. His responsibilities include helping clients develop risk financing strategies related to reducing cost-of-risk on a long-term, sustainable basis that aligns with their operational objectives. Dan leads the national primary transportation practice in addition to heading large project teams; his passion stems from the 'innovate'and 'build' aspects of a business, procuring development of industry-leading processes, such as the 5C's of Risk FinancingTM approach. Over the past 20 years Dan has developed a Risk Based Due Diligence model that assigns additive or derivative value against EBIDTA. Dan leads the TrueNorth M&A Advisory Group facilitating transactions from both the buy and sale sides. Dan graduated from Ferris State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Insurance.
Craig Decker is the Founding Principal at CMD Advisory, LLC, which specializes in the transportation industry. Previously, he served as Managing Director and Head of Investment Banking at Wolfe Capital Markets & Advisory with 20 years of experience providing advisory services to clients in the transportation sector. Craig's focus on transportation began at Credit Suisse as a member of the M&A Group, then ultimately becoming a coverage officer in the Transportation & Logistics Group. In his 20 year career, Craig has advised a wide range of clients from large cap companies to privately held family businesses spanning the Freight Transportation & Logistics and Energy Logistics sectors. Representative clients include Con-way Inc., Knight Transportation, Deutsche Post, APL Logistics, and Walter Industries among others.
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