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Thomas is an M&A advisor and business broker in Exit Strategies Group’s Silicon Valley office with over 15 years of successful deal-making experience. He mainly works with $2-50 million revenue companies and is an industry generalist.
Thomas is a skilled negotiator and creative deal maker. He excels at leading principals and managing deal teams through the entire closing process. He is a tenacious problem solver and he loves to take on new challenges. Thomas strives to build long-term relationships and deliver high integrity high-value service to every client.
He brings 20+ years of business experience in construction, brand and franchise development, consulting, import/export and electronics wholesale distribution, Saas Company, and other Tech related companies to his M&A engagements. He has also started, owned, and operated several Northern California businesses during his entrepreneurial career.
In his free time, Thomas enjoys traveling and outdoor activities.
- Thomas is an industry generalist with experience in many sectors.
Education & Accreditation
- Bachelors degree in Finance from San Francisco State University
- Certified Merger and Acquisition Professional (CM&AP)
- Certified Business Broker (CBB) from the California Association of Business Brokers
- Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) credentials from the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA)
- California DRE #01795580
Professional & Civic Affiliations
He has completed the intensive Certified Merger and Acquisition Professional (CM&AP) training and is a member of the M&A Source, the largest association of middlemarket intermediaries in the U.S. He holds Certified Business Broker (CBB) and Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) credentials from the California Association of Business Brokers (CABB) and International Business Brokers Association (IBBA) respectively.
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