Wednesday, March 13, 2019
8:00 AM-9:30 AM


Hemenway & Barnes LLP
75 State Street
Boston, MA 02109


Carrie Seligman
U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management

You are cordially invited to the FFI New England Chapter Breakfast

Consider Your Family Legacy When Selling Your Business

How business owners envision their lives after a sale should inform their decisions leading up to and during the sales process. This presentation will consider the following questions: What is the legacy of the family following the sale of the business? How will the business owner spend time and use personal capital after the sale? What impact will a liquidity event have on the business owner’s family? What are some steps the seller can take to protect the family and gain peace of mind? How can the seller manage the attention the sale of a business can bring?


FFI New England Chapter Breakfast presenter John Siciliano.

John Siciliano is partner and chair of the Business Law Group at Hemenway & Barnes LLP. He represents family and other owner-led businesses in all stages of growth. He assists companies with formation, equity and debt financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, technology licensing, corporate restructurings, compliance, and general commercial agreements. Additionally, John counsels businesses on succession planning, including multigeneration shareholder agreements and governance principles.

FFI New England Chapter Breakfast presenter Nathan N. McConarty.

Nathan N. McConarty is an associate with Hemenway & Barnes LLP. He helps clients structure business deals that meet their unique ownership questions and family issues. He works with family businesses on succession planning, debt and equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings and other general commercial transactions. He also counsels boards and management teams in addressing regulatory requirements and corporate governance matters.


New England Chapter Members– Complimentary
Non-members and Guests– $20