WED, AUGUST 26, 2020 • S1 E24 • 25 MIN 10 SEC
My guest is Robert Raimondo. He is a former Arthur Andersen auditor who worked on Initial public offering(IPOs),which is the process by which a private company can go public by sale of its stocks to general public.
Robert at the age of 29 was the financial controller of the Los Angeles market of Waste Management where he saved the company $1 million in taxes on an Los Angeles Revitalization Zone credit project and left to work for a startup trash company in the Hawaiian Islands.
Came back to mainland to work for a family owned logistics company that ran warehouse for GE Appliances and Sears (Wishbook and Online) and did joint venture real estate projects with Cornerstone (real estate investment arm of Mass Mutual). Recently has become a consultant for small to medium sized and startup businesses. Author of an article on the application requirements for loan forgiveness on the Paycheck Protection Program (known as PPP that was part of the government stimulus response to the Covid-19 pandemic economic hardship).
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WED, AUGUST 26, 2020