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For the Business Owner, Knowledge is Power

The Texas Security Bank Business Speaker Series is a monthly, continuing education forum. Each presentation is designed to enhance knowledge in critical business disciplines - especially for the independent business owner.

Each presentation will be held over lunch at our Farmers Branch location. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. and includes a complimentary lunch, 30-40 minute presentation, moderated panel discussion and question and answer. Please register, space is limited. We hope you'll join us.

Next Session

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
High Company Valuations – What to do?
  • Forget the headlines, what are real valuations for smaller companies?
  • What is the process like?
  • Why should you do something now?




Location: Texas Security Bank, 3212 Belt Line Road, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234  map...

Attire: Business Casual

Includes complimentary lunch


Guest Speakers:

Robert M. Rough, Managing Director with Telos Capital Advisors

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Robert M. Rough

Robert M. Rough, Managing Director of Telos Capital Advisors, has spent more than 30 years as an intermediary, investor, senior executive, consultant and board member in the middle market space. Robert is a frequent speaker on corporate finance matters and a guest lecturer at the University of Texas at Dallas in the Finance and Entrepreneurial Studies programs, and in the Executive MBA Program at Baylor University.

Bernard V. Carrico, Jr., Managing Director with Telos Capital Advisors

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Bernard V. Carrico, Jr.

Bernard V. Carrico, Jr., also a Managing Director of Telos Capital Advisors, is a seasoned executive and advisor with 45 years of experience in creating and realizing shareholder value. Bernie is a founding father of the South Denton County Town of Double Oak, TX, where he and his wife raised their family and he served as alderman, mayor pro-tem, mayor, and municipal judge.

TSB Business Speaker Series Registration

High Company Valuations – What to do?

9/18/2018 11:30:00 AM

* Note: For your protection and safety, do not provide personal or private information such as account numbers or personal ID numbers.

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