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Rick Gernert Joins Butler Snow Advisory Services

June 3, 2014



NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 3, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Butler Snow Advisory Services (BSAS) is pleased to announce that Rick Gernert has joined as principal in their Nashville office. He brings more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry.



"Rick will bring a wealth of experience to Butler Snow Advisory Services," said Matt Thornton, president and chief executive officer of BSAS. "We are thrilled about the knowledge and value he will provide to our team and our clients."



Gernert most recently served as a founding shareholder of Iroquois Capital Group and managing director in its Investment Banking Group, as well as president of Iroquois Capital Advisors. Gernert has experience working with early-stage venture capital entities and has been an advisor to institutional investors and high net worth individuals.



Prior to his work at Iroquois Capital Group, Gernert was a managing director of Koch Ventures, a $150 million early-stage venture capital entity. He has also held the position of vice president of business development at EDS Corporation in Dallas, where he was responsible for internal mergers and acquisitions and its private equity investing.



Gernert holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Mississippi as well as his Series 7, Series 24, Series 63 and Series 79 licenses.



About Butler Snow Advisory

Butler Snow Advisory Services, LLC, is a subsidiary of the law firm of Butler Snow LLP. With offices in Greater Jackson, Miss., Nashville, and Memphis, Tenn., Butler Snow Advisory works with clients throughout the country as they address their most critical challenges, assisting them in leading their businesses through periods of growth, transformation, turnaround or restructuring. For more information, visit www.butlersnowadvisory.com.

 

CONTACT: Todd Smith 615-202-7944 todd@deanesmithpartners.com



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