Anthony Nydegger

Anthony is a closely-held business advisor at Commerce Trust Company. He specializes in the valuation of closely-held businesses and business interests in a fiduciary or custodial capacity. The majority of the companies are valued on an annual basis in association with their review for determining the investments’ suitability and inclusion in account portfolios; as well as managing valuation services provided for external engagements such as locating purchasers for, and completing the sale of closely-held business interests. He holds a Bachelor of Science dual degree in both finance and marketing from Saint Louis University. In addition to these degrees, Anthony holds his Series 7 and Series 66 licenses with the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) as well as the Life, Health, & Variable Annuity Insurance licenses with the State of Missouri. He is also a member of the National Trust Closely-Held Business Association (NTCHBA) and the Risk Management Association (RMA).

What’s the Right Strategy for Exiting Your Business?

When you hear the term “exit strategy,” your first thought might be it’s a way to end your involvement in a business. While that’s an obvious conclusion, the term has other implications too. An exit strategy can also propel a business in a new direction of
management or leadership, move a company toward its long-term goals, or pivot operations to maintain financial stability during challenging times such as the ones we’ve experienced during the past two years.

4 Exit Strategies for Transitioning Your Business

There are many rewards that come with running a privately held business. However, the benefits...