DCF, which aided in more than
Decosimo Corporate Finance broke away in 2015 from the former
DCF works with businesses across the country and in a variety of industries to help assess and improve the value of the companies, which is especially important for businesses wishing to sell some or all of the company.
“Companies get audits and prepare financial statements, but few know the true value of their business,” Decosimo said. “Knowing the value of your company and how to improve it is maximizing value and making any transition in the business, whether that is ultimately selling the business or transferring it to other executives or family members. Once you understand the value of the company, which is primarily what I do, that leads to figuring out ways to maintain or enhance that value by ensuring that key people stay with the business and, should something happen, the other owners have sufficient resources to buy out that share and keep the business going.”
“Attracting, retaining and growing key employees are critical to the success of a business, and that's where many of the strategies and executive benefits and insurance options we can provide are important,” Brown said.
The Brown family has been providing
DCF, with origins dating back to
“Leveraging our combined strengths forms an effective partnership for the business community and the region,” Decosimo said. “We view helping clients understand the value of their business as the foundation to essential corporate planning. Winston's knowledge and access to financial solutions is critical to efficiently executing these plans.”
Decosimo will continue to head DCF, which also operates a
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