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Business Capital Options, CCIM Miami Chapter, Fall Football and Cars

Episode 284: 10-02-14

Business Capital Options

James S. Cassel is co-founder and chairman of Cassel Salpeter & Co., a middle-market investment banking firm. Cassel Salpeter & Co., LLC, focuses on providing independent and objective advice to middle-market and emerging-growth companies. Their investment banking and advisory services include broad capabilities for both private and public companies.

Mr. Cassel has negotiated, structured and executed various types of transactions including mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; corporate and transactional financing, including venture capital, mezzanine and conventional financing; financial restructuring plans, negotiating with creditors and guiding debtors through bankruptcy proceedings: and public offerings and private placements. With experience as an investment banker, businessman and as an attorney, Mr. Cassel has also developed a unique understanding of the issues faced and alternatives available for middle market companies.

Nationally recognized for his investment banking expertise, Mr. Cassel frequently lectures on timely issues relating to middle-market investment banking. Mr. Cassel is a special monthly guest columnist to the Miami Herald newspaper.

We discuss how to grow your mid-sized business.

Welcome CCIM Miami

The Miami Chapter of CCIM has become a sponsor of the show. Hear why you need to have a CCIM on your team.

Our guests will include:

Fall, Football and Cars

Larry Zinn, general manager of Warren Henry Infiniti, Jaguar, and Fisker, talks about what’s hot in the auto industry this fall, including the new Jaguar F-Type Coup. Larry also discusses Warren Henry in the community, some of their upcoming loyalty events, his love for Dolphins football and, of course, an update on our Fitbit competition.

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