Gottesman Company Overview

  • Service
  • Financing Advisory

  • Founded
  • 1985

Founded
  • Employees
  • 120

Employees
  • Serviced Companies
  • 1

  • Serviced Deals
  • 1

Gottesman Company General Information

Description

Established in 1985 Gottesman Company is a mergers and acquisitions business advisor situated in New York City, New York. The firm specializes in arranging seller and buyer transactions with manufacturers, distributors, service firms, and retail chains. The firm provides free searches for qualified buyers.

Contact Information

Year Founded
1985
Service Provider Type
Financing Advisory
Primary Office
  • 200 East 71st Street
  • New York, NY 10021
  • United States
+1 (212) 000-0000

Gottesman Company Services to Companies

Service on a Deal (1)

Company Name Service Provided Deal Date Deal Type Deal Amount
Sports Molding Advisor: Financial Due Diligence Jun 2017 00000 0000000
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Gottesman Company Investment Preferences

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Gottesman Company Team (56)

Name Title Deals Office Contact
Info
Lou Sudholz Chief Executive Officer New York, NY
Paul Cogliandro Senior Business Intermediary New York, NY
David Koss Senior merger and acquisition broker New York, NY
Jim Raymond Senior merger and acquisition business broker New York, NY
Eugene Gottesman Founder & Chairman New York, NY
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Gottesman Company Board Members (1)

Name Representing Role Since
Eugene Gottesman Gottesman Company Founder & Chairman 000 0000
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