Rutley to moderate “Brutally Honest: Mistakes Made, Lessons Learned in Dealmaking” discussion at private equity/M&A event.

The ACG National Capital Chapter’s 23rd Annual Mid-Atlantic Growth Conference will bring together the region’s leading investment banks, strategic advisors, capital providers and private equity leaders for a senior-level, one-day event on Thursday, April 6th.

Womble Carlyle is a sponsor of the Mid-Atlantic Growth Conference, and partner Dean Rutley will moderate a panel discussion titled “Brutally Honest: Mistakes Made, Lessons Learned in Dealmaking.” Joining Rutley in the discussion will be:

  • Novetta Federal Division President Tiffanny Gates;
  • Preferred Systems Solutions President & CEO Scott Goss;
  • Arlington Capital Partners Managing Partner Michael Lustbader;
  • CM Equity Partners Managing Partner Peter Schulte; and
  • Hercules Capital Managing Director April Young.

This panel discussion is just one of the many exciting presentations at this year’s Mid-Atlantic Growth Conference. The conference also will feature two dynamic, nationally known keynote speakers. Total Wine & More Founder/President David Trone will serve as the Breakfast Keynote, while former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani will be the Luncheon Keynote.

Other speakers at the conference will include Leidos Executive Vice President & CFO James Reagan, REGENXBIO President & CEO Ken Mills, Cognosante Founder, Chair of the Board and CEO Michele Kang, and GTT President and CEO Richard Calder, Jr.

The ACG National Capital Chapter’s 23rd Annual Mid-Atlantic Growth Conference offers attendees the chance to expand their networks, learn about the newest industry trends, explore corporate growth strategies, access new deal flow and secure financing. The event takes place at the Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner Center.

Established in 1988, ACG National Capital serves over 400 members in Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland who are directly involved in M&A transactions.