Concept Development Finance Planning (Mergers & Acquisitions) Business Valuations Operations (Policies and Procedures) Management and Staff Handling (Labor Related) Safety, Sanitation and Food Handling Franchise Development and Field Services
Expertise: Mr. Purcell has over 40 years of experience in every area of investment banking including the following:
Princeton, 1964 (B.A., Economics, with honors) NYU Business School, 1966 (MBA, Top of class)
Background: Mr. Purcell was a Managing Director at Dillon Read for almost 25 years and has been a Senior Advisor to a number of medium-sized investment banks. He also has served as interim CEO of a public company and has served on Boards of Directors. Mr. Purcell is currently Senior Director to the Investment Banking Firm of Seale & Associates, Washington, DC. area.
Mergers & Acquisitions Leveraged Buyouts and Recapitalizations Fairness Opinions and Fairness Issues Adequacy Opinions Solvency Opinions Bankruptcy issues, including fraudulent conveyance Valuations Advice to Special Committees of Boards Due Diligence and Disclosure Issues Fiduciary Issues Damage issues and analysis Lender Liability Fee issues Document Interpretation and Standards from investment banking point of views Criminal cases involving alleged securities violations and insider trading Financing of Debt and Equity (both public and private, taxable and tax-exempt, including structured financings) Venture Capital Leasing and Real Estate Financing Banking Operations/Administration Check Fraud Lending Policies, Custom and Practice Loan Underwriting & Credit Administration Loan Securitizations & Servicing Bankruptcy, Foreclosures and Workouts Trust & Fiduciary Issues / Operations Securities Brokerage & Investments Valuations & Damages Analysis Forensic Accounting Employment / Compensation Real Estate Brokerage & Management Title Insurance & Escrow Real Estate Appraisal & Transactions Insurance Industry Custom & Practice Insurance Coverages / Claims Handling Insurance Bad Faith
Other Services Include
Financial Adviser to the Government – structuring projects, evaluating bids, and negotiating detail Financial Adviser to the Consortium – assembling the bid, refining and optimising it, and acting as interface with funding markets Acting for the Banks and other Lenders - providing reassurance that the model on which they are lending is fit for purpose. Capital Markets: Reporting Accountants, Flotation e.g. advice on Financial Structuring, Accounting Systems and Policies, Share Option, Director / Employer Benefits, Audit and Taxation services Due Diligence: Historic Performance, Cash Flows, Assets and Liabilities, Forecasts, Working Capital Requirements, Financial Systems and Controls, Taxation Mergers and Acquisitions / Private Equity:Preparing / Maximise Value from Business Sales, Negotiate Terms and Raise Private Equity / Debt Finance to Support Management Buy Out or Buy In, Raising Private Equity / Debt Finance for Growth, Cash Out or Recapitalisation, etc. Valuations: Shares, Businesses, Options and Warrants, Various Derivatives, Brands and other Intellectual Property, Film and Media Rights,Income Producing Assets
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Rosemary Coates, President of Blue Silk Consulting, is a seasoned executive with an MBA and 25+ years of experience in Chinese Sourcing and Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Manufacturing and ERP Systems Consulting. Background Experience - Prior to BSC, Ms. Coates was a Senior Director at SAP, the Supply Chain Practice Leader at KPMG Peat Marwick and at Answerthink, and a Regional Manager at Hewlett-Packard. Ms. Coates has consulted with global and domestic clients, VCs, and PE firms on operations systems and processes. She has considerable international experience and has worked for extended periods in Asia and Europe. Ms. Coates' experience spans a broad range of industries including High Technology, Software, Chemicals, Health Care, Consumer Products, Industrial Products, Food Distribution, Transportation, Publishing, Retail, and Oil and Gas. She has extensive knowledge and experience in manufacturing and outsourcing in Asia, Europe, and the US. She has written five Amazon.com books including Best Seller, 42 Rules for Sourcing and Manufacturing in China, and Legal Blacksmith: How to Avoid and Defend Supply Chain Disputes, and 42 Rules for Superior Field Service, and Negotiation Blueprint for Buyers, and The Reshoring Guidebook Ms. Coates is also the Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute and a member of the Board of Directors at the University of San Diego Supply Chain Management Institute. She teaches Global Supply Chain Strategy at UC Berkeley. She earned a BS in Business at Arizona State University and an MBA at the University of San Diego. She resides in Silicon Valley. Rosemary Coates: Supply Chain Management OverviewLitigation Support - As an Expert Witness, Ms. Coates has assisted attorneys in their understanding of relevant Supply Chain Operations and Practices in sourcing, logistics, distribution, manufacturing, inventory, and Chinese Imports. She has worked on legal cases for the past 10 years, writing reports, giving depositions, and testifying at trial. Case Opinions:
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Dr. Stephen Castell, Chartered Information Systems Practitioner and Member of the Expert Witness Institute, is Chairman of CASTELL Consulting. He is an internationally acknowledged Independent Computer Expert who has been involved in a wide range of computer litigation over many years. CASTELL Consulting, currently in its twenty-fifth year, provides independent professional consultancy and expert services in Computer Systems, Software, Project Management, Strategy, and Contract Disputes, to a wide variety of international clients and companies. As an Expert Witness in computer litigation, Dr. Castell has acted in over 100 major cases including the largest and longest computer software actions to have come to trial in the English High Court. He is the author of the best-selling Computer Bluff (1983), and of The APPEAL Report (1990) on the admissibility of computer evidence in court and the 'legal reliability' of information systems and technologies (with the CCTA).