The History of the Association for Corporate Growth, 1954 – 2011

by Carl Wangman and Judith Iacuzzi



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/21/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781426993435
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781426993442
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781426993459

About the Book

“The history of ACG is the history of US private capital. A must-read for all dealmakers.”
—Durant D. Schwimmer, Senior Managing Director and Editor/Publisher “On the Left” The Carlyle Group

“An inside look into the creation and growth of the ACG network-the middle market deal ecosystem.”
—Andy Rice, ACG Global Chairman 2011-2012, SVP, The Jordan Company

“TRUST is an intimate, insiders’ look at the key people and critical decisions that drove the growth of ACG to become the home of middle-market dealmakers.”
—Gary LaBranche, President & CEO, Association for Corporate Growth

“From a small gathering of like-minded professionals with diverse functional expertise to the premier global organization for middle-market dealmakers, a fascinating look at the ABCs of ACG. “
—Paul Stewart, PS Capital Partners, ACG Global Chairman 2007-2008

“The first real account as to how a global association was built for the middle mar-ket deal community.”
—Michael Carr, Managing Director, BAC Investments, ACG Global Chairman 2010-2011

“Driving middle market growth captures the essence of ACG and all that it stands for......a dynamic, growth oriented, entrepreneurial organization. A must read for all in the middle market deal making community!”
—Harris Smith, ACG Global Chairman 2008-2009, Partner, Grant Thornton

“An insightful story of how a relationship between two New York City deal professionals in 1954 led to the creation of the global mid-market deal community that we all know today as ACG!”
—Stephen V. Prostor, Director, Citi Private Bank, President-ACG New York

About the Author

In TRUST, authors Judith Iacuzzi and Carl Wangman answer that question by presenting a colorful history of the rise of the association. Iacuzzi and Wangman interviewed more than sixty ACG leaders, and in so doing have revealed the previously untold story of ACG’s remarkable ascent in the middle marketplace of corporate growth and development.