Alicia Goodrow from Culhane Meadows’ Houston office is presenting a webinar titled “Tried and True Lessons in Succession Planning,” hosted by PLANASVISER on May 11, 2021 at 2:00 PM ET.
Here is a brief description of Alicia’s webinar:
This hourlong webinar will bring together speakers who are experienced in succession planning, and the panel will discuss the topic from start to finish—covering the process of valuing an established firm, finding a potential internal or external successor, and then exiting the business.
Our featured speaker will be Alicia Locheed Goodrow, a partner at Culhane Meadows whose practice covers succession and tax planning. Goodrow is a trusted adviser to wealth management and financial advisory firms, often structuring creative plans to accommodate multiple generations of owners and the needs of passive and active investors. Evaluation of private placement documentation and structuring of private investments is part of this practice.
To learn more and sign up for the webinar, click here.
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