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Sageworks’ chairman Brian Hamilton speaks to FDIC examiners on the important elements of evaluating privately held companies

Sageworks
May 8, 2012
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Brian Hamilton, chairman of Sageworks, spoke to federal bank examiners from the FDIC, OCC, NCUA, and the Federal Reserve last week at the Community Financial Institution Lending Forum about the important elements of evaluating privately held companies. Download the global cash flow analysis PDF presentation.

 

 

Hamilton, the foremost expert on privately held companies, discussed global cash flow, best practices for understanding the financial position of private companies and their owners, and challenges commonly encountered in this process.

The Forum was put on by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC). The FFIEC is a formal interagency body that prescribes uniform principles and standards for the federal examination of financial institutions and makes recommendations to promote uniformity in the supervision of financial institutions.

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Raleigh, N.C.-based Sageworks, a leading provider of lending, credit risk, and portfolio risk software that enables banks and credit unions to efficiently grow and improve the borrower experience, was founded in 1998. Using its platform, Sageworks analyzed over 11.5 million loans, aggregated the corresponding loan data, and created the largest

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