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With pressure mounting on nonprofits to consider affiliations with other organizations, this workshop is designed to help you better navigate the world of mergers, acquisitions and affiliations. Unlike the corporate world, there are no financial "matchmakers" to help nonprofits identify successful partners for a merger.
This program will discuss the differences between mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, strategic alliances, and takeovers. It will discuss various alternative legal structures and the kind of "due diligence" investigation appropriate in considering any new relationship. It will discuss the types of procedures necessary to accomplish the goals, including the possible requirement for approval from the Attorney General.
Through a series of hypothetical examples, we will put these considerations in context for discussion in real life situations so that participants considering any new alliance can weigh the advantages and disadvantages of the alternatives.
Catherine H. Gillespie of Montgomery, McCracken will join Donald Kramer, Esq., Editor of Nonprofit Issues® as program presenters. This program is presented in partnership with the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations.
What is a webinar? A webinar is primarily a telephone conference call. This webinar will be conducted using Zoom video webinar service. You can participate alone or gather people around your computer and ask your questions. In addition to the audio portion, you can also follow along online as we review a PowerPoint presentation.
Participants will receive a package of materials from Nonprofit Issues® and will have the opportunity to ask questions during the presentation. Any number of persons may participate at the same location for the same low price. Similar webinars are offered at more than twice the cost. For more details and to register.
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