Monday, June 18, 2018

Peter J. Solomon Company Offers Special Committee for Objective Advice

Hailing from Oklahoma City, Duke Ligon serves as senior vice president of Mekusukey Oil Company, a private mineral investment firm. Outside of his business, Duke Ligon advises the Peter J. Solomon Company, a Houston-based energy practice.

When large businesses confront financial decisions involving a potential conflict of interest, the best route often can be appointing a special committee made up of independent advisors and external financial experts without a stake in the transaction. The Peter J. Solomon Company provides this professional service to its clients to ensure they have an objective financial advisor available to them who is free of conflicts.

Known as the firm’s Special Committee & Fairness Opinion Practice, this branch of Peter J. Solomon has advised companies on complex, high-stakes deals such as stock-for-stock mergers, joint ventures, cross-border acquisitions, leveraged recapitalizations, and more. The firm guarantees that it has no business or financial conflicts related to securities research, trading, or ownership.

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