Building Your Legacy: Planning for Your Firm's Succession

Jun 18, 2012 @ 12:01 am

We've turned the industry's only study on succession planning into a live event that you cannot afford to miss.

Whether you are considering acquiring a firm, selling your firm or implementing an internal succession plan, this workshop will help you learn how successful firms are creating effective solutions to ensure their future, and get a comprehensive overview of the steps that are necessary to create and implement a plan. Attend this interactive workshop to:

• Learn from industry experts and adviser panelists

• Network with peers and share best practices • Create action plans to improve key areas of your business

Learn how successful firms are creating effective solutions to ensure their legacy, and get a comprehensive overview of the steps necessary to create and implement a plan.

Chicago: October 19

Registration includes a copy of the study results

Chicago: October 19

Registration includes a copy of the study results

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