Since 1984, O’Keeffe & O’Malley has served as Kansas City’s premier merger and acquisition (M&A) firm, representing business owners and helping them confidentially sell their businesses. We’ve assisted hundreds of business owners with valuing businesses, enhancing the value of businesses, preparing exit strategies, conducting acquisition searches, assisting businesses with financing and a wide variety of consultative projects.
The businesses we work with are typically small- to-mid-size companies in the $2-$50 million range and are usually in the manufacturing, wholesale/distribution, and service sectors.
O’Keeffe & O’Malley is committed to providing clients with first-hand knowledge of what they are getting into when financing, buying or selling a business. Our ultimate goal is to keep as much money in our clients’ pockets as possible.
Clients who once were looking for Kansas City business brokers are now able to make their own informed decisions with our assistance. The majority of our compensation is paid to us when – and only when – our client says to close the deal.
Meet the team:
Since 1991, Mike has assisted business owners in developing and implementing exit strategies for their business. Areas of expertise include:
More about Mike …
Mike received his accounting degree from Wichita State University. Prior to joining O’Keeffe & O’Malley in 1991, Mike gained valuable experience as controller of two Wichita-based companies: Lodgistix, Inc., a computer software company servicing the hospitality industry and Big Cheese Pizza, a franchisor with over 150 restaurants. While in the accounting arena, he directed all accounting functions, became fluent with many phases of business operations and handled the purchase and sale of numerous businesses.
Believing that good business practices include civic responsibility, Mike has been an active member in many community and professional organizations including: Board member and mentor in the Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program, Rotary, Overland Park Civil Service Commissioner, Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), Knights of Columbus and The Chamber of Commerce.