Greg is a Director with SC&H Capital, where he provides merger and acquisition, ESOP advisory, and business valuation services to private company business owners. In his 10 years at SC&H, he is immensely proud of the team they’ve built and the constant teaching that occurs in the SC&H Capital practice — at both the junior and senior levels.
With more than 15 years of investment banking and business valuation experience, Greg is most passionate about working with business owners who are totally unfamiliar with the process or have never done this before, and making them feel completely comfortable with Greg leading them through the transaction.
He has successfully advised buyers and sellers on a wide variety of corporate transactions valued at over a billion dollars over the past decade. In addition to his M&A work, Hogan oversees SC&H’s rapidly growing Employee Stock Ownership Plan practice. The firm’s ESOP practice, which is national in scope, has expanded significantly since being founded by Greg. SC&H’s ESOP team has successfully completed over 50 ESOP transactions, and his expertise in both M&A and ESOP transactions has allowed him to provide clear and unbiased advice to clients about how best to accomplish their goals.
When he’s not with his team or clients, Greg is typically doing one of three things (or a combination of the three): playing golf (he calls Pebble Beach the best course he’s ever played), spending time at the beach, or watching the South Carolina Gamecocks.
His experience spans a wide variety of industries including healthcare, business services, manufacturing, distribution, professional services, and government contracting.
Greg is a frequent speaker nationwide on ESOP, valuation, and merger and acquisition topics, and is an active member on the Board of ARC Baltimore and the Maryland chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth. He is an Accredited Senior Appraiser by the American Society of Appraisers.
Greg is an Investment Banking Representative (Series 79 and 63).
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