Mike Saber Moderates Panel on How Middle Market Companies can Access the Capital Markets
Raleigh, N.C. – On February 27, 2014, Smith Anderson attorney Mike Saber moderated a panel on “How Middle Market Companies can Access the Capital Markets” at the monthly meeting of the Association for Corporate Growth, RTP Chapter. Mike led the discussion among the panelists who included Joe Lee from Wells Fargo Bank, Gregg Simpson of Keltic Financial, Larry Lane from VantageSouth Bank and Rob Weaver at Fifth Third Bank. The panelists talked about the current state of the capital markets on both a macro and local level and offered their views about the current outlook in 2014 and beyond.
About Mike Saber
Mike is a partner at Smith Anderson who primarily helps private companies in a variety of corporate activities, such as financings, mergers, acquisitions and licensing. He leads several client relationships at Smith Anderson as outside general counsel and frequently leads deal teams in key strategic transactions. Before joining Smith Anderson in 1996, Mike worked in Philadelphia at the Blank Rome law firm. He has been recognized for several years by The Best Lawyers in America and North Carolina Super Lawyers, and has achieved the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell. For more information on Mike, please visit his bio on SmithLaw.com.
About the Association for Corporate Growth
The Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), Raleigh Durham, serves as a catalyst for business growth by providing businesses with relevant knowledge, sources of capital and other resources. Its vision is to create a business climate where regional companies thrive, contribute to the prosperity and vitality of the community, and serve as models of sound, ethical leadership and sustainable growth. ACG is a global organization for professionals involved in corporate growth, development, and mergers and acquisitions. Worldwide there are 56 chapters and over 14,000 members in North America, Europe, Asia, and coming soon, in India and Brazil. For more information, please visit http://www.acg.org/raleighdurham/.