Bill is a mergers & acquisitions professional, author and speaker. He is a managing director at Chicago-based Jordan, Knauff & Company, a middle market investment banking firm. Jordan, Knauff & Company sells businesses, raises capital and advises acquisitions for companies with annual revenues between $10 million to $300 million.
Bill has more than 27 years of business experience, including more than 15 years of transaction dealings (mainly middle market companies). Bill has successfully advised sell-side and buy-side transactions in a range of industries, including business services, distribution, marketing/advertising, consumer products, data marketing, software, live event services, telecommunications, security services, food and beverage equipment, and commercial cleaning.
He regularly speaks at events, panels, professional groups, executive forums and college classes. Bill is the author of "Mergers & Acquisitions For Dummies" (John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2011) and "Venture Capital 101" (self-published, 2003). Bill’s background includes managerial, operational, sales and financial positions with consulting firms, venture-funded companies, publicly traded retailers and online marketing companies.
Bill is a registered investment banking agent (FINRA series 62, 63, and 79).
Recent Articles by Bill Snow
All Articles by Bill Snow
- Misconceptions & Realities When Hiring an Investment Banker (Part 5: Like a Realtor)
- Misconceptions & Realities When Hiring an Investment Banker (Part 4: The 'Ask Price')
- Misconceptions & Realities When Hiring an Investment Banker (Part 3: Magic Words)
- Misconceptions & Realities When Hiring an Investment Banker (Part 2: Industry Experience)
- Misconceptions & Realities When Hiring an Investment Banker (Part 1: 'Knowing' Buyers)
- How to Check an Investment Banker’s References
- Why Should I Retain an Investment Banker to Sell My Business?
- Investment Bankers Aren't Magicians
- Issues to Consider Before Signing an LOI
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