Overview

A leveraged ESOP borrows money to buy shares in the sponsoring company in order to buy a major part or even all of the company. It can be used to purchase shares from retiring owners in private firms, buy out entire companies, or finance new capital. With leveraging comes additional cost and complexity. This book discusses how ESOPs work and explains those complexities, providing comprehensive converage of ESOP financing plus chapters on ...
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Leveraged ESOPs and Employee Buyouts, 6th ed.

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Overview

A leveraged ESOP borrows money to buy shares in the sponsoring company in order to buy a major part or even all of the company. It can be used to purchase shares from retiring owners in private firms, buy out entire companies, or finance new capital. With leveraging comes additional cost and complexity. This book discusses how ESOPs work and explains those complexities, providing comprehensive converage of ESOP financing plus chapters on accounting, legal rules, valuation, M&A, and the tax-deferred ESOP "rollover."

In the sixth edition, the book has been extensively updated and enhanced. It now features vastly expanded coverage of the intricacies of ESOP transaction financing (including seller financing), plus updates and additions to existing material on legal, valuation, and accounting issues.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016550091
  • Publisher: National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO)
  • Publication date: 4/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 204
  • Sales rank: 1,216,996
  • File size: 610 KB

Meet the Author

Vaughn Gordy is the chairman of the board and chief executive officer of GreatBanc Trust Company's Qualified Retirement Plans Services Group and has 17 years' experience in the ESOP trustee business. Neal Hawkins is a vice president at Verit Advisors. Mary Josephs is the founder and CEO of Verit Advisors. William W. Merten is a partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP and is based in the firm's Chicago office. Rebecca (Becky) Miller has nearly 40 years of public accounting experience and for the last 30-plus years has been with McGladrey. Scott Rodrick is the director of publishing and information technology at the National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO). Corey Rosen is the founder and former executive director of the NCEO and now is its senior staff member. John Solimine is a founding member and principal of Verit Advisors.
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