September 2014 Malibu was retained by a national services firm to assist the owners in finding the partner/investor who would be the right strategic and cultural fit to help them achieve their strategic plan.
August 2014 Malibu partners Peter Kubasek and Doug Howe developed and facilitated the YPO Deal Talk Series in Cincinnati.
August 2014 Malibu partner Doug Howe facilitated a leadership development retreat that included several friends and clients of Malibu.
August 2014 Malibu was retained by an international company to provide market valuation services.
July 2014 Malibu was retained by a leading marketing firm to assist them in their strategic planning for the future.
July 2014 Malibu was retained by a national market leader in the Business Process Outsourcing Industry to search for partner/investor scenarios and/or strategic partnerships that would help fuel its strategic plan.
June 2014 Partners Peter Kubasek and Doug Howe are co-hosting two significant events for Friends of Malibu. Bill High is the featured speaker at both, with a focus on generating and stewarding wealth that reduces tax exposure and increases the ability to make significant charitable gifts.
Check out what former client Greg Morris of G.E. Aviation had to say about Malibu...
“When we engaged with Malibu, we did so after investigating a number of other firms. We were impressed by Malibu’s depth of experience, and most importantly felt that we would get top level attention throughout our process. Often larger M&A firms will initially court clients with their top management and talent, but during the actual process they hand the clients off to less experienced staff. Our experience with Malibu was completely the opposite. We were always working with their top management, complemented by experienced staff specific to the needs that came up. Malibu’s broad background, personal attention, experienced negotiating capabilities and passion to see us achieve the highest value results led to a very successful sale of our company that exceeded our expectations.”