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DOL Claims Board Failed to Monitor Independent ESOP Trustee

A company’s founders (and sole directors) contest DOL allegations that they failed to prudently monitor the independent ESOP trustee’s duty to not overpay for the stock. M&A Stories June 17, 2021 Introduction An exit strategy for an owner of a

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ESOP Bank Trustee & Owner Must Pay $6.5 Million Purchase Price Overpayment to ESOP

Introduction One exit strategy for a business owner is to sell your company to an ESOP; especially if there are no serious buyers. However, those transactions are highly regulated by the federal government and must be done right. The deal

Posted in capitalization of cash flow, discounted cash flow or DCF, independent trustee, projections, prudence, sale of business to ESOP, valuation Tagged with: , ,

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