Monroe Moxness Berg has acquired a national reputation for its innovative work in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and concept growth, protection and development in multi-unit retail, restaurant and hospitality industries. We are also firmly rooted in Minnesota and deeply committed to our regional clients, bringing the expertise we gain in our national practice to support individuals, businesses and organizations in our state and in the Upper Midwest.
Monroe Moxness Berg PA professionals are industry leaders and serve in a number of capacities. Below, please find some of the latest news related to the firm in general as well as our participation in national conferences.
Monroe Moxness Berg welcomes Brad Cashman, who has joined the firm as an associate with Corporate Finance/Mergers & Acquisitions and Real Estate practices. Brad has broad experience with financing, corporate and real estate issues and represents clients in commercial financing matters, real estate transactions, entity formation (including partnership agreements, member control or LLC operating agreements, […]
A recording of “Considerations for Buyers & Sellers of Restaurant Franchises,” a webcast recently presented by Monroe Moxness Berg and Valuation Research Corporation (VRC) in now available on VRC’s website. The webcast provides an overview of the restaurant industry and addresses such topics as pre-sale issues, forms of transaction (stock vs. asset), valuation methodology, allocation […]
Cliff Anderson was a presenter at Restaurant CFO Bootcamp, a three-day conference for finance and accounting professionals in the restaurant industry, organized by the accounting firm of SS&G and held this summer in Las Vegas from June 4 – June 6. Cliff’s presentation, “Proactive Law ‘Tips’ for Restaurant Businesses from Hiring to Termination,” instructed restaurant […]
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A recent article in the Small Business section of the Wall Street Journal, “Local Investing Takes Off” (June 12, 2014), caught my attention. The tagline was, “More entrepreneurs are turning to a new source of funds: their neighbors.” The article discussed various local sources of financing and how many entrepreneurs have obtained seed money. […]
When reviewing this year’s Monitor 200 franchisees, it is apparent the large multi-unit franchisees are getting larger and diversifying their holdings. This growth is a result of available financing, the influx of private equity, the desire to take advantage of the efficiency of size and the availability of mature franchisees transitioning out of the […]
In last month’s lead article “Five Things That Set Good Operators Apart,” Jonathan Maze had a wonderful discussion of the success of large, multi-unit franchisees. One of the things Jonathan pointed out is that even large operators need to think small. For years, this has been a key tenet in restaurant franchising, a world […]