Fall dates to be determined
Six consecutive evenings
205 Alfiero Center, North Campus
$1,295, includes all costs
Expand your knowledge of the fundamental principles and techniques of successful middle-market transactions. Ideal for business owners, executives and professional advisors.
Buyers: Create the necessary framework to analyze and pursue acquisition opportunities
Sellers: Develop the ability to manage expectations and numerous options in the sale process
Buyers and sellers: Advance your strategic and financial goals
This course is ideal for business owners, executives and professional advisors who need to expand their understanding of the fundamental principles and techniques involved in successful middle market transactions.
John F. Dunbar Jr. has more than 25 year of mergers and acquisions experience as a former principal at Strategic Investments & Holdings Inc., a private equity firm that invests equity capital with operating management teams in acquisitions and recapitalizations. SIHI has successfully completed over 80 acquisitions in diverse manufacturing, distribution and service businesses, involving more than $1.5 billion in financing and aggregating revenue exceeding $6 billion.
Dunbar originated, structured and closed equity investments in leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations, plant expansions and new ventures. As an active board member and consultant today, he evaluates financial performance and participates in strategic and financial planning Some examples of his acquisitions include:
A licensed professional engineer since 1988, Dunbar received both his MBA and his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University at Buffalo. His successes allow him to provide valuable insights as an adjunct instructor: finance and managerial economics in our Professional MBA program and, for the past nine years, mergers and acquisitions in our full-time MBA program.
$1,295 includes cost of all program materials
Payment can be made as follows:
Credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or
Check made payable to UB Foundation Activities Inc.
A $125 discount is available for: