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Brian Klein Appointed 2014 President of Minnesota Chapter of ACG
January 22, 2014
Brian Klein, partner in Maslon's Financial Services Group, was appointed 2014 President of the Minnesota Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG). ACG is the premier global association for business executives and professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions. Brian has been a board member of ACG Minnesota since 2010, served as Vice President of Programming 2010 - 2012, and then as President-Elect in 2013.

As President, Brian will guide ACG Minnesota Chapter in all leadership activities and special projects. "I am proud to be leading ACG Minnesota in 2014 and am supported by a passionate and diverse group of Board members from the business community," he notes. "We look forward to improving and expanding the many great corporate growth programs, including the Second Annual Bold Awards, our Capital Connection event, quarterly Corporate Speaker Series and of course our monthly luncheons." Brian offers, "For anyone who is not a member, please consider attending one of our upcoming events."

Brian Klein has extensive experience representing banks, insurance companies and other capital providers in all forms of commercial financing transactions, including large loan syndications. Such experience further includes representation of lenders in loan workouts and foreclosures, as well as secured creditor representation in bankruptcy. Among other things, Brian also represents owners in all aspects of commercial real estate, including acquisition, leasing and financing matters.

For more information about the Association for Corporate Growth, go to www.acg.org/minnesota.
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