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VIDEO: Abacus Finance CEO on lower-midmarket dealflow

by Sarah Hashim-Waris  |  Published May 24, 2012 at 4:00 AM


Tim Clifford, president and CEO of lower-middle-market specialty finance firm Abacus Finance Group LLC, talks to The Deal Pipeline at the ACG New York 2012 conference about why lower-middle-market dealflow sees activity, as well as proprietary dealflow. - Sarah Hashim-Waris

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