The effect of the US national emergency and global crisis over the coronavirus pandemic will not be known for some time. Bret Keisling is joined by Rob Hilton, A.S.A. of South Park Advisors for a broad discussion on how ESOP valuation advisors will navigate financial uncertainties in both transactions and annual updates over the next few months. You can reach Rob Hilton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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More about South Park Advisors
South Park Advisors is an independent business valuation firm that caters to meeting the needs of private, closely held businesses. They partner with small to middle market businesses and support clients with many services, including ESOP advisory, estate and gift tax reporting, valuing non-competition agreements, selling to a third party, bringing in new or buying out a retiring partner, and other business succession and exit planning.
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