IMAP Elects New Chairman


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Detroit – IMAP, the exclusive global merger and acquisition partnership, announced that it has elected Scott Eisenberg as its new Chairman. Eisenberg and Gilberto Escobedo, the newly elected IMAP president, will succeed Sevket Basev, who previously served as IMAP’s chairman and CEO. 

Eisenberg is the founder and managing partner of IMAP Detroit (Amherst Partners). He has more than 25 years of experience structuring and negotiating transactions and advising companies on financial matters. His experience includes merger and acquisition transactions, restructuring and turnaround engagements, and a wide variety of management advisory services. Eisenberg has worked on over 75 investment banking assignments and has advised more than 200 manufacturing, service, financial services and technology companies.

He was named a Crain's Detroit Business’ "40 Under 40” and a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2007 and 2008. Eisenberg earned his Bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Illinois, his MBA in finance from Indiana University and is a CPA.

“IMAP has established itself as one of the world's largest and most respected providers of M&A advisory services for the middle market,” said Eisenberg. “It is a privilege and honor to have been selected by my colleagues to serve as Chairman and I look forward to working closely with Gilberto Escobedo and our Board of Directors to continue this legacy and lead the partnership into its next phase of development.”

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