David LaFountain Receives Merger & Acquisition Master Intermediary Designation

Atlanta, Georgia – July 28, 2014 – The M&A Source® announces it has conferred upon David A. LaFountain of Phoenix, Arizona its prestigious designation of Merger & Acquisition Master Intermediary (M&AMI).

The M&A Source® is the world’s largest international organization of experienced, dedicated merger and acquisition intermediaries representing the middle market.  The Merger & Acquisition Master Intermediary designation is awarded to intermediaries who have proven professional excellence through verified transaction experience, education and peer review. LaFountain also holds the Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) designation. These accreditations demonstrate exemplary commitment and experience as a professional M&A intermediary.

Since 1991, the M&A Source has addressed professional issues of merger and acquisition specialists.  The organization, a specialists’ division of the International Business Brokers Association®, has over 250 cooperating intermediaries active in middle-market transactions across the world. The M & A Source provides education, networking, conferences, member tools, peer-to-peer roundtables, Private Equity expos and other support, all specific to M&A specialists.

“The Merger & Acquisition Master Intermediary designation is a true mark of distinction that helps business owners in selecting advisors for their M&A transactions.  I have put this education to use for my clients and have seen the payoff,” said LaFountain.

LaFountain is President of David A. LaFountain, P.C. with The Paragon Group located in Tempe, Arizona. Four-time business owner, selling his largest business in 1996 to a public company, LaFountain has since devoted his career to business sales, mergers and acquisitions. LaFountain states “My transaction experience is in advising privately held business with revenue up to $50 million assisting owners in selling with a deal structure that incorporates their preferences and meets their financial objectives.”

Additional information is available from LaFountain by email at dlafountain@cox.net, the website expectexperience.com or telephoning 602-751-3312.