CHICAGO, IL— The Exit Planning Institute is proud to announce that Ray Lampner recently earned the Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) designation after completing the Institute’s intensive CEPA program. Lampner joins an exclusive group of fewer than 300 business advisors worldwide who have received this designation.
About the CEPA Program
The CEPA program was specifically designed for business advisors who work closely with owners of privately held companies. Using an executive MBA style format, the program is designed around a central case study and uses a combination of lectures, group discussions, case studies and individual exercises to introduce participants to concepts and to reinforce skills. To receive the CEPA designation, Lampner completed a rigorous 5 day program that involved approximately 100 hours of pre-course study, 33 hours of class room instruction, and successful completion of a 3.5 hour proctored examination.
About The Exit Planning Institute
The Exit Planning Institute is the premier provider of learning, knowledge, and future-oriented research for exit planning professionals. The Institute delivers innovative learning experiences, performance-enhancing resources, and strategic tools designed to advance the exit planning profession.
The Institute is made up of business brokers, accountants, attorneys, financial advisors, investment bankers, valuation advisors, commercial lenders, insurance advisors, and management consultants in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Hong Kong, and Australia. The common thread that unites these different professionals is their commitment to helping clients exit their companies successfully. More information about the Institute can be found at www.exit-planning-institute.org.
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