Alta’s Jackson Joins Capital Markets Panel at IMN-ELFA Conference

James R. Jackson, a managing director with The Alta Group, will present at the IMN-ELFA 17th Annual Investors’ Conference on Equipment Finance in a panel on March 20 covering capital market trends and M&A opportunities March 20.

The panel, “Capital Markets: A Year in Review – Looking Forward to the Year Ahead,” will cover risks and opportunities in 2018, recent trends in finance company performance as well as possible disruptions, threats or economic downturns that could affect demand.

Jackson, who leads Alta’s Merger and Acquisition Advisory Practice, will discuss recent notable transactions, the impact of current regulatory changes, current market dynamics and both sell-side and buy-side opportunities that are unfolding in what is considered a strong economic environment for M&As.

“There are fewer independents available, yet interest is high among banks and private equity firms seeking growth opportunities,” Jackson said.

Stewart Hayes, senior vice president of Wells Fargo Capital Finance, will moderate the panel. Other panelists include Jared Keating, director of Napier Park Global Capital; Tom Beckmann, assistant treasurer of CNH Industrial Capital; Loritta Cheng, director of Metlife and Peter Rogers, a managing director, also with Wells Fargo.

This one-day IMN-ELFA Investors’ Conference is held at the Union League Club in New York City and will provide education and networking tailored to the equipment leasing and finance industry for investors, attorneys, equipment finance executives and service providers.

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