Darrell Arne

In 1994, Mr. Arne formed Arne & Co. and began specializing in business valuations and mergers acquisitions. He is a nationally and internationally known seminar developer and speaker on various merger acquisition topics that includes succession planning, merger acquisition tax strategies and deal structures, and maximizing business value.

He has authored several articles related to business valuation, mergers acquisitions and corporate finance to include Business Transaction Marketplace, an e-newsletter he publishes quarterly.

Mr. Arne holds designations as an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) in business valuations with the American Society of Appraisers, a Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) with the International Business Brokers Association, and is a Certified Mergers Acquisition Advisor with the Alliance of M&A Advisors.

He is a licensed real estate qualifying broker in New Mexico, and is a Series 79 and 63 Investment Banking Representative. Mr. Arne is a 1969 graduate of Southern Illinois University with a B.S. degree in accounting. He has been a CPA since 1974, which included eleven years with the public accounting firms of McGladrey Pullen and KPMG.
Personal Website:  http://www.arne-co.com
Recent Articles by Darrell Arne

Hitting a Home Run When Exiting Your Business

Exiting a business is a lot like running the bases. Use these tips when exit planning and you will be sure to hit a home run.

Determining Benchmark Working Capital in a Business Acquisition

Having a good understanding of the company’s working capital needs is extremely important in a sales process. Invest the time necessary to understand, in detail, the operating cycle of the company for sale.

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