OLD Media Moves

M&A magazine launched with Dow Jones help

August 29, 2007

Posted by Chris Roush

A Dallas-based company that advises small- and medium-sized businesses said Wednesday that it has launched a quarterly mergers & acquisitions magazine geared to executives in those companies with the help of Dow Jones & Co.

The magazine will be called Generational Wealth Advisor, and it will be a free quarterly magazine with the help of Dow Jones Financial Information Services.

A release stated, “The magazine provides business owners with insights into the latest news and trends regarding the middle-market merger and acquisition marketplace, and information they can use in planning the sale or acquisition of a middle-market business.”

Topics covered in Generational Wealth Advisor include financing sources, the outlook for interest rates, tax changes, the regulatory environment, inflation, and the impact of these issues on succession and exit strategy planning for small to middle-market businesses.

Read more here. Not sure about the ethics of an advisory firm being involved. You’d think that they might use it to steer customers their way.

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