ESOP Valuation Expert, Patrice Radogna takes podcast audience through ESOP transition valuation approaches.
HARTFORD, Conn., May 10, 2018 (Newswire.com) - At the recent Spring ESOP Conference of the New England Chapter of the ESOP Association in Burlington, MA, Patrice Radogna had the privilege of being featured in a podcast hosted by Bret Keisling of Capital Trustees.
The podcast – called The ESOP Podcast – is dedicated to all things ESOP and has an extensive following across the USA. During the interview, Patrice Radogna explained the approach that she and her team at Valuation Research Corporation take to determine the value of a company that is transitioning to employee ownership.
Ms Radogna has been dealing with the valuation needs of businesses for more than twenty years and specializes in shareholder transactional work, trust and estate tax planning, and ESOPs.ESOPMarketplace.com is proud to have a talented communicator and valuation expert like Patrice Radogna in the ESOPMarketplace.com family, and we congratulate her on being featured on The ESOP Podcast.
“ESOPMarketplace.com is proud to have a talented communicator and valuation expert like Patrice Radogna in the ESOPMarketplace.com family, and we congratulate her on being featured on The ESOP Podcast.” - Jack Veale, Founder of ESOPMarketplace.com
The podcast appearance of Patrice Radogna will be of particular interest to employee-owned and privately held companies that are looking for the kind of valuation expertise that Ms Radogna brings to the table.
To listen to this important ESOP valuation podcast in its entirety CLICK HERE.
To learn more about Patrice Radogna and Valuation Research Corporation CLICK HERE.
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ESOPMarketplace.com is a community of multi-disciplined ESOP Experts who have a successful history of assisting business owners with their ownership transition. ESOPMarketplace.com is designed to guide business owners and their local advisors or key managers to select the best choices for the selling shareholder or other stakeholders.