As your business evolves, so do its needs.
Many firms reach the point where they need top-level professional guidance, but not the full-time services of a C-suite team member. Butler Snow Advisory regularly partners with clients to serve in executive roles within a company, filling the need for sophisticated expertise at a level that is scalable for each client.
Our team is comprised of seasoned executives who have led large organizations and divisions – from roles as diverse as COO, VP of Business Development and General Counsel to Managing Director, CFO and VP of Operations. The extensive experience we have as Founders, Directors, C-suite professionals and Managers allows us to fill senior roles in any company. We have decades of combined experience as executive advisors, helping entrepreneurs and business owners fulfill their potential.
Utilizing our own proprietary systems and technology as well as leading third-party tools, we team with clients to help grow and advance their firms. Our team understands the value of having the right people on the team, and we partner with you every step of the way.
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Butler Snow Advisory’s Scott Stone was recently quoted in an Axial Forum article on the use of the discounted cash flow (DCF) method of company valuation. The article, which highlighted the method’s down-trending favor among advisors and finance experts, can be read on the Axial website. Stone is a Principal in BSA’s Birmingham office where […]
Butler Snow is pleased to announce that Steve Groom – former chief legal officer of CoreCivic, formerly Corrections Corporation of America, and long time executive – has joined the firm’s Nashville office. He will serve in a dual capacity as a principal in the firm’s business advisory subsidiary, Butler Snow Advisory Services (BSA), and practice […]
When pitted against other states in the union, it’s often said that Mississippi scrapes the bottom of the barrel (or ranks at the top of a not-so-flattering list). Often overlooked, however, are conditions that can contribute overall to a favorable business climate: a strategic geographic location, tax-exempt financing programs and the nation’s lowest cost of […]
On January 1, 2011 about 8,000 Baby Boomers (people born between 1946 – 1964) turned 65 years of age. Every day for the next 18 years, others will turn 65 at the same rate. While many may know about this trend, a lesser known fact is that, according to the US Census Bureau, 70% of […]