Staffing Mergers and Acquisitions in 2022—The State of the Market
What is the current state of the market in staffing mergers and acquisitions? Join Paul Pincus, partner at the international law firm of Ortoli Rosenstadt LLP and head of the firm’s private company mergers and acquisitions and staffing practices; Andy Brown, managing director at the investment banking firm Fairmount Partners and head of the firm’s consulting and technology services practice; and Paul Mehring, co-president of Access Capital overseeing new business and underwriting, as they review the current state of the market in staffing mergers and acquisitions. With more than 35 years of expertise, they have the latest information that they’ll share with members in this exclusive state-of-the-market presentation.
During this webinar, attendees will learn
- What the financing Market is and how it is affecting M&A
- How to maximize value and prepare for a successful outcome
- How deals are being structured and priced
- What financial diligence lenders undertake in credit underwriting
- Which common seller and buyer mistakes to avoid
Paul Pincus, partner, head of mergers and acquisitions and staffing, Ortoli Rosenstadt LLP
Pincus is one of the leading M&A attorneys in the U.S. for the staffing and workforce solutions industry, having completed more than 85 deals in the industry during the past 35 years, ranging in size from under $20 million to over $150 million in enterprise value.
Paul Mehring, co-president, new business and underwriting, Access Capital
Mehring first joined Access Capital in 1990 and specializes in overseeing the company’s new business and underwriting departments. His overall experience in finance spans over 35 years. Mehring has a long record of successfully executing Access Capital’s time-honored tradition of supporting the growth of entrepreneurially run companies.
Andrew Brown, managing director, consulting and technology, Fairmount Partners
Brown joined Fairmount as an analyst in 2005 and has been a key member of deal teams that have executed more than 60 transactions, representing more than $4.0 billion in aggregate value.