Tulsa Business Executive Certified as Merger and Acquisition Master Intermediary
Chicago, Illinois - The M&A Source, Chicago, IL, announces it has conferred John Johnson of Tulsa, Oklahoma its prestigious designation as Master Merger & Acquisition Intermediary (M&AMI) during its Educational Conference and Mid-Market Buyer EXPO in New Orleans, LA.
The M&A Source, a specialty M&A Brokers division of the International Business Broker's Association (IBBA), is the world's largest international organization of experienced, dedicated merger and acquisition intermediaries representing the middle market. The M&AMI designation is awarded to intermediaries who proved professional excellence through verified transaction experience, education, earned certification as a business intermediary (CBI), and peer review. Johnson's designation demonstrates exemplary commitment and experience as a professional M&A Broker and Advisor.
Since 1991, the M&A Source has addressed professional issues of merger and acquisition specialists. The organization has over 200 cooperating intermediaries active in middle-market transactions across the U.S., roundtables, deal making expos and other support, all specific to M&A Broker specialists.
"The M&AMI is a true mark of distinction that helps business owners in selecting M&A brokers and advisors for their M&A transactions. I have put the education to use for my clients and have seen the payoff", said Johnson. "Through the M&A Source, the M&AMI is setting the standard for professional M&A Brokers and advisors."
Mr. Johnson is principal of national award winning M&A firms, IBG Business and Bluestem Resources Group (BluestemUSA). He and has devoted his professional career to assisting buyers and sellers of businesses as an M&A Broker. Johnson is seasoned in acquisitions, sales and asset management with over 20 years of experience and has managed over $50 million in transactions value since the mid 1990's.
Additional information is available from John Johnson by telephoning 918-749-6016. He is available to the news media as a source of information or comments regarding acquisitions, sales, and mergers of closely held business and the market for them.