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Employee Share Ownership Plans and Transitioning Your Business on Your Terms

February 19, 2020

Employee Share Ownership Plans and Transitioning Your Business on Your Terms

Synopsis
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Learn how ESOPs can help owners create sustainable and transferable value and a well-prepared and successful exit at our webinar

You’ve put in a lot of effort to grow your business from start up to success story. But what happens when you start to think about what’s next for you and your business? Succession planning is a critical part of the future success for any business. However, daily operational demands can make it difficult to find time to sit down and engage in a thorough planning process. 

Many businesses are turning to Employee Share Ownership Plans (ESOPs) as part of their transition strategy. ESOPs can be very successful when implemented in the right situation, allowing owners to create sustainable and transferable value and a well-prepared and successful exit, while at the same time delivering the best possible benefit to employees. 

You’ll hear from MNP’s Lynne Fisher, National Team Leader of MNP’s ExitSMART™ Services and Kim Drever, Regional Tax Leader on sharing ownership, profits and value with employees through MNP’s SMARTshare service.

Date: Thursday, March 5, 2020 
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00 pm 
Topic: MNP's SMARTshare Service ( Employee Share Ownership Plans) 
Speakers: Lynne Fisher, National Team Leader ExitSMART 
Kim Drever, Regional Tax Leader

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