Tom Lesch joins ASPIRE panel on raising flexible capital
Livingstone is pleased to announce Tom Lesch, partner and head of the US Debt Advisory group has joined the ASPIRE panel: “Building strong capital stacks: raising capital to fuel your organization’s growth.”
Held at the Palmer House Hilton on Wednesday, June 19, 2019, ASPIRE is a nationally recognized M&A conference which connects thousands of local dealmakers, including middle-market CEOs, PE and VC firms, major lenders and leading service providers.
The panel topic is centered on raising flexible capital and includes investment banking, private equity and private business owner perspectives. Tom joins distinguished panelists Brendan Deely, President & CEO of Banner Solutions, Nicholas Stone, Managing Director at Cyprium Investment Partners and Beth Hollenberg, President of Everspring.
Learn more about the panel here.
Please contact Olga at Jewusiak@livingstonepartners.com with inquiries about the event.
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