In this podcast with Professor of Finance Practice Richard Ryffel, Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, ButcherJoseph & Co. Managing Director Albert del Pilar talks about employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), and how they can be great sale alternative for business owners versus a traditional third-party sale to a strategic or financial buyer.

He discusses many of the unique characteristics of an ESOP transaction, such as how the transaction is structured, characteristics that make companies good ESOP candidates, potential tax benefits for the selling shareholders and the company, the benefits and value they create for employees, and many other distinct benefits.

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