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His practice included counseling a diverse client base consisting of businesses of every size and at every stage of growth with respect to mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, financings and other significant business activities. He continued to operate the club as a successful business until April , when the team was sold to Comcast Corporation. Siegel Managing Director Prior to joining H. When those two ventures proved successful, he made his move into franchising. In , sales tripled when Mr. Harold Katz Chairman of the Board. Katz purchased the Philadelphia 76ers basketball organization in July of

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Katz Capital Group Mr. His practice included counseling a diverse client base consisting of businesses of every size and at every stage of growth with respect to mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, financings and other significant business activities.

He also spent substantial time planning and reviewing the tax implications of transactions. Siegel has also been a lecturer in accounting at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, worked as a Attorney-Advisor to the Honorable Arnold Raum of the United States Tax Court, and prior to attending law school, worked for a short time for the national accounting firm of Coopers and Lybrand in its Philadelphia tax department.

He was responsible for the expansion and success of the camp entities, increasing attendance and day camp sites each year since acquiring ownership. Katz was an analyst in the finance department at Nutri System as well as Executive Investment Advisors. Katz was Vice President of the Philadelphia 76ers Basketball Club in charge of all aspects of business as well as the Director of Marketing. Siegel Managing Director Prior to joining H. Katz brought the company public, and listed it on the New York Stock Exchange.

At the time it was the largest medically-supervised weight control company in the world, with over company owned and franchised centers nationwide. To fulfill his lifelong ambition, Mr. Katz purchased the Philadelphia 76ers basketball organization in July of The Sixers worked relentlessly under Mr.

Katz to obtain something that had eluded them since Katz has been instrumental in the growth of basketball worldwide. He continued to operate the club as a successful business until April , when the team was sold to Comcast Corporation. When those two ventures proved successful, he made his move into franchising. In , sales tripled when Mr. In January , Mr. Katz brought the company public, and listed it on the New York Stock Exchange. At the time it was the largest medically-supervised weight control company in the world, with over company owned and franchised centers nationwide.

To fulfill his lifelong ambition, Mr. Katz purchased the Philadelphia 76ers basketball organization in July of The Sixers worked relentlessly under Mr.

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