Michael Sieber

Michael Sieber is one of the principals of California Equity Group. Mr. Sieber has extensive management, finance and international business experience. Prior to joining CEG in 1995, Mr. Sieber worked with Hungary's largest venture capital firm, representing the firm in a number of its investments. He also operated as VP of Finance and Administration in one of the firm's investments, a vertical textile and apparel manufacturing company.

Mr. Sieber's management experience also includes 7 years with Esprit de Corp in San Francisco as its VP of Administration as well as Vice President, Credit, with one of South Carolina's largest banks. In addition, Mr. Sieber is a licensed attorney, and practiced in Lexington, Kentucky before moving to California.

Mr. Sieber's focus is on middle market companies ranging in size from $1 million to $100 million, as clients of mergers of this size appreciate Mr. Sieber's finance, law and business experience. Mr. Sieber is the past Treasurer and a past board member of the California Association of Business Brokers--a non-profit, statewide industry trade association.

Credentials and Education:

Mr. Sieber holds a B.S. in Math/Economics from Bethany College, a M.B.A from Furman University, and a J.D. from the University of Kentucky.

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“I bet you got the heeby geebies when you saw who was writing this note. It’s been a few days now since the closing and I just had to sit down and write you a note to tell you again how much I appreciate what you did for me after my husband passed away and left us running the family business.

I know you went way above and beyond the call of duty but I really feel that you saved my life by getting the sale done. You restored my faith in human nature.

There are a few more details to finish to complete the sale but I feel like I have my life again. I’m busy with my move and starting to get excited again about the future.

Once again, my heartfelt thanks—you know the Johnson girls are still going to hound you—especially Vicki.”

Charlene Johnson, Pacific Financial Printing