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CCG Advisors Gains New Associate

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Jonathan Thomson joins the advising team.

| November 11, 2009

ATLANTA – CCG Advisors is pleased to announce the addition of Jonathan S. Thomson as an associate.  Jonathan's depth of experience in business planning and financial advisory services ensures that each client receives thoughtful advice, strategic guidance and expert insight on achieving their personal, financial and business goals.

Prior to joining CCG, Mr. Thomson served as a Director at TechCFO, an Atlanta-based financial advisory firm where he assisted start-up companies with business planning and venture capital raises. Mr. Thomson also worked as an Associate in Morgan Keegan & Co.'s Investment Banking Group, where he assisted small and medium-sized companies in a variety of financial advisory assignments including sell-side M&A transactions, private debt and equity raises, and a public offering. During this time, Mr. Thomson gained experience in business valuation, financial modeling, due diligence processes and strategic financial advisory. Mr. Thomson began his financial career at Cypress Communications, Inc., a national business telecommunications provider, where he was responsible for corporate budgeting, forecasting, performance management, and general financial analysis. 

“We are excited about the level of financial expertise Jonathan brings to our team.  I am confident that our expanding list of clients will appreciate his thoughtful advice and in-depth analysis," says Brian Corbett, Managing Partner.   “Today, more than ever, business owners are depending on experienced and capable advisors to guide and grow their business.  Jonathan and our team at CCG are committed to providing each client the personal attention necessary to achieve their goals.”

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