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What Will Happen? GovCon M&A Fast Forward
Current M&A activity in the GovCon space is robust despite the uncertainties of a national election and COVID. Listen to sbLiftOff’s Sharon Heaton and Holland & Knight’s Jonathan Wolcott, each prominent in the GovCon space, share what is ahead for the market:

Is this a good time to sell my company?
What if a new Administration changes tax policy?
What is the outlook for post-election Government spending?
Will valuations change?
What are signals that my company is ripe for transfer?
Will waiting to transfer mitigate risk?
What are deal killers to be avoided today?

Oct 27, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sharon Heaton
CEO @sbLiftOff
Sharon Heaton has advised on transactions totaling more than $12 billion in deal value. sbLiftOff serves the lower-midmarket with the highest level of professionalism, with a focus on GovCon businesses. Prior to founding sbLiftOff, Ms. Heaton served as General Counsel of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works and Senior Counsel on the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. She was a co-founder of Welford Energy, an investment bank providing services to clean energy and low carbon companies. Previously, Heaton served as Deputy General Counsel of Columbia Energy Group, a Fortune 500 company. She holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Chicago Law School and a B.A. magna cum laude in Political Science from Barnard College at Columbia University.
Jonathan Wolcott
Partner @Holland & Knight
Jonathan Wolcott is a partner in the Corporate and M&A group of Holland & Knight’s Tysons office. He has represented numerous large to small government contractors in M&A, public and private securities compliance, corporate and governance and related transactional matters for over 18 years, as well as representing private equity firms and investment banks focusing on the government industry. He is also the lead partner for pro bono and public charitable services in H&K’s Tysons office.