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Sunday, May 29 | 9am PST / 12:00pm EST (2Hour)

Private Equity and What It Means to Optometry


COPE ID: 60334-PM
CE Hours: 1
Course Title: Is Private Equity Right For You?
Instructor: Benjamin Chudner, O.D


In the first event of its kind, some of the optometric industry's best minds involved in private equity talk about the pros and cons of PE, how it has and will change the landscape of optometry, and what the implications of these changes will have on the profession.


Hour 1 (CE | BenjaminChudner OD) : Review several private equity groups, how optometric practices are valued, and what you can expect from the beginning of the process through the close of the sale.


Hour 2 (Roundtable Discussion | Natalie Hayes CFP): Private Equity - The Good, The Bad and the Ugly - CFP Natalie, who frequently deals with large PE deals will run a roundtable with some of the biggest names in the PE field, including associated lawyers that have run deals and doctors that have been bought out.


ODs on Finance Member Rate: FREE


This event was made possible by an unrestricted educational grant


Recording will be only be available to registrants 

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