Turner Parkinson are set to co-host the North West Legacy Business Breakfast which highlights the often overlooked options available to business owners who are looking to exit their business whilst also preserving a cherished business ethos. A number of guest speakers will be in attendance including Andy Baker from Eden Nuclear and Environment, Paul Sawbridge from Leisureplex and Turner Parkinson’s Corporate Partner Stephen Hadlow.
The event will bring together both corporate finance and legal experts together with business owners who have experienced the challenges and opportunities in managing the successful exit of their businesses in a way which has safeguarded its legacy. Stephen spoke further on the event: “The well-trodden trade sale and MBO exit routes do not always provide satisfactory outcomes for business owners who place significant emphasis on wanting to safeguard the future as well as realising value. Many of these business owners simply hang on, unaware of other exit alternatives available to them. This event is therefore intended to look at the alternative exit routes available to owner managers and particularly debunk the myths around employee ownership as a viable and tax efficient exit route.”
The event will take place at Jackson House in Sale on Tuesday 28th June. For full details of the event and how to register your attendance, click here.