The Tower Club
Members only event
Valuations of government contractors vary widely and are driven by certain qualitative and quantitative company-specific factors. Understanding both sides is critical to an owner in order for that owner to effectively maximize shareholder value over the long-term.
- What are the top value drivers, qualitative and quantitative, that support value in the government contracting marketplace?
- How do you successfully increase those value drivers over time?
- What is a realistic timeframe for you to map out?
- At what point will thoughts about an exit event change your strategic planning?
- What questions or concerns do you have on such topics?
On June 5th at The Tower Club in Tysons Corner, SECAF is pleased to present to its members a very special breakfast event that will feature thoughtful insights shared by a select panel of industry professionals who have decades of experience on such topics.
Cameron Hamilton, a Principal of The McLean Group, joined the firm in 2001 and has been involved in more than 20 successful sell- and buy-side M&A and capital formation engagements. Currently, he focuses on serving federal contracting and defense technology clients. His recent deals include LLR Partners acquisition of Paragon Technology group, NETCONN Solutions sale to General Dynamics and InSysCo’s acquisition by GTSI.
Michael B. Fisher has recently launched a private equity firm called Rock Hall Partners, following his highly successful tenure as Vice President and Director, Corporate Development of SRA International. As the 2011 ACG National Capital Chapter’s “Dealmaker of the Year – Corporate Executive”, and having a long list of other honors and accomplishments in his career, Mike will share his insights on value creation for emerging government contractors. Mike will offer his experience from the perspective of a M&A specialist working the buy-side, as well as that of a private equity investor planning to build value over time in new companies that Rock Hall Partners invests in.
Mark D. Moore, EVP and Chief Lending Officer of John Marshall Bank and leader of its GovCon focus, has worked with hundreds of growth-oriented government contractors during his 27-year career. During this time largely spent in Commercial banking, Mark also served as a Principal in two GovCon-centric investment banking firms that specialized in M&A advisory work and private equity investments in the GovCon sector. Mark will share his insights on related topics as he facilitates the discussion with our featured panelists and the audience.
Small and emerging government contractors.
Contact Name: Renee Watts