'M&A in Challenging Times -Buying and Selling Distressed Companies'-Presented by Financial Executive International, San Francisco Chapter

7/22/2009

Mergers + Acquisitions

Morrison & Foerster LLP
425 Market Street, Sunset Room, 34th Floor
San Francisco, CA

Michael G. O'Bryan

Michael G. O'Bryan

Speaking Engagement

Sanjana Ameen
sameen@mofo.com
(415) 268-6090

Against a backdrop of elusive financing, an uncertain outlook and volatile market valuations, M&A opportunities for buying and selling distressed companies have never been greater. The panel of legal and financial experts and seasoned deal-making CFOs will draw upon its collective experience to impart the critical information necessary for structuring and financing successful distressed M&A transactions. After the panelists' discussion, Rebecca Zucker, a partner at Next Step Partners, will lead a career-in-transition discussion. Rebecca specializes in executive and leadership development as well as career transition. You are welcome to stay for this session.

Hosted by,
Haren Bhatt
Chief Financial Officer
Morrison & Foerster, LLP

Panel:
Peter Fishman
Director
Financial Restructuring
Houlihan Lokey

David Bernstein
Former Senior Vice President
Finance and Chief Accounting Officer
CNET Networks Inc./CBS Interactive

Michael O'Bryan
Partner
Corporate Finance Group
Morrison & Foerster, LLP

Kathy Lanterman
Former Chief Financial Officer
Silicon Graphics, Inc.

California MCLE credit will be provided for this seminar. Registrants will be notified of the total credit hours before the seminar.

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