Due Diligence Webinar Features Allegiance Capital's Pamela Ragon And Other Experts, Case Studies

Learn to effectively execute due diligence in this uncertain economy by attending "Fine-tuning Your Due Diligence Playbook", The Deal’s web cast scheduled for Thursday, August 18 at 2 p.m. EST. To register, visit http://bit.ly/oKrJA5 . The webinar is targeted toward business owners planning to sell a business and corporate leaders involved in mergers or acquisitions.

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Pamela Ragon, Dallas Investment Banker

It’s important for sellers to avoid surprises during due diligence, as these may prompt the buyer to renegotiate the deal.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 16, 2011

Learn to effectively execute due diligence in this uncertain economy by attending "Fine-tuning Your Due Diligence Playbook", The Deal’s web cast scheduled for Thursday, August 18 at 2 p.m. EST. To register, visit http://bit.ly/oKrJA5. The webinar is targeted toward business owners planning to sell a business and corporate leaders involved in mergers or acquisitions.

The Deal will feature Allegiance Capital Senior Vice President Pamela Ragon as part of an expert panel that will examine recent failed and successful mergers that were impacted by the due diligence process. Attendees will hear how companies' due diligence processes are evolving, and how these techniques are impacting M&A deal flow.

"In the current environment, due diligence is more intensive than ever," says Ragon who works with business owners to recapitalize or sell middle market companies. “It’s important for sellers to avoid surprises during due diligence, as these may prompt the buyer to renegotiate the deal. If continual hurdles occur, both sides may experience deal fatigue, and a transaction that would have been a win-win, may ultimately not close."

Other members of the panel include: Bob Profusek, Partner, Jones Day; Deborah A. Farrington,
Founder and Co-chairman, StarVest Partners LP; and Steve Deedy, Managing Director and Co-leader of Enterprise Improvement Practice, AlixPartners LLP. Mary Kathleen Flynn, Senior Editor of The Deal LLC will host and moderate.

Headquartered in Dallas, Allegiance Capital has offices nationwide and a 13-year history of closing transactions for private companies in the middle market. Business owners considering their options related to an exit, selling a business or recapitalization, can obtain information about the process from Allegiance Capital by calling 214-217-7750.

About Allegiance Capital Corporation
Allegiance Capital Corporation is an investment bank specializing in financing and selling businesses in the middle market. Founded in 1998, Allegiance Capital has won multiple awards recognizing the value it delivers to clients. Examples include: 2009 Dealmaker of the Year (Dallas Business Journal), 2008 Boutique Investment Bank of the Year (M&A Advisor), 2006 Investment Bank of the Year (Dallas Business Journal). Follow Allegiance Capital on Twitter:@ALLCAP.

Media Contact:
Katherine Kirkpatrick
Vice President, Allegiance Capital
214-217-7745

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