William (Bill) Coluccio possesses a unique blend of business experience, both as a successful entrepreneur and an established Senior Executive with positions at several privately held and public companies. His 35-year career spans both the domestic and foreign business arenas.
Early in his career, Bill held a series of senior executive positions at several Fortune 500 companies including: Special Advisor to Accenture; Managing Director for KPMG; Vice President of Investment Banking for Mitsui Bank; and Assistant Controller for Philip Morris Companies.
As the founder of Amdel Associates in 1988, a boutique Investment Banking firm in New York City, Bill has represented both public and privately held companies in the U.S.A., Japan, and Europe, seeking strategic acquisitions. He has raised significant equity capital and successfully negotiated and structured the purchase and/or sale of over 40 privately held businesses with valuations ranging from $20 million to $600 million.
Additionally, Bill’s experience as a business owner and operator has afforded him the opportunity to successfully create and build several businesses, including an insurance general agency, an independent marketing organization, a chain of retail franchises, a telecommunications distribution company, and a seminar-based financial services firm.
He is the author of several articles and seminars on such topics as mergers and acquisitions, succession planning of privately owned companies, and estate tax planning. Over the years, he has been interviewed and/or quoted in Fortune magazine, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Japan M&A Reporter, and the Los Angeles Daily Journal.
Bill received a BBA degree in Accounting and Finance from The Lubin School of Business at Pace University and an MBA degree in Taxation from the Pace University Graduate School. He is an active member of the Association for Corporate Growth, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, and the Council of Franchise Suppliers.
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