04 Jan Anthony Citrolo Receives IBBA Certification
Citrolo Receives IBBA Certification
January 04, 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Melville / NY) Anthony J, Citrolo, a principal of New York Business Brokerage Inc., (NYBB) has received the International Business Broker Association’s “Certified Business Intermediary” (CBI) designation.
To qualify for the certification, Citrolo had to:
• Successfully complete 64 credit hours of IBBA courses, passing each course exam with a score of at least 75%. Courses include ethics, financial analysis, business pricing and valuation, legal and tax classes.
• Agree to follow the IBBA’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
In addition, Citrolo will be required to participate in continuing education coursework.
“It is a great achievement to earn this certification,” said Pat Appelhans, President of the IBBA. “It signifies that Citrolo is an accomplished business intermediary who will provide his clients with the highest standards of professional service.”
Citrolo is one of only 10 intermediaries in the State of New York to hold the CBI designation. “I am pleased to be among a very select group of intermediaries who hold this certification,” said Citrolo. “This designation demonstrates that I have the technical expertise and practical experience to deliver a very high value proposition to our clients.”
New York Business Brokerage, Inc. (NYBB) of Melville, NY, is a premium service Mergers & Acquisitions and Business Brokerage firm that specializes in the confidential sale, acquisition and valuation of small to mid-sized businesses. For more information visit the company’s web site at www.nybbinc.com or contact Anthony J. Citrolo at 631.390.9650.
About IBBA: Formed in 1983, the International Business Brokers Association is the largest international non-profit association operating exclusively for the benefit of people and firms engaged in the various aspects of a business brokerage and mergers and acquisitions. Today, the IBBA has more than 1,500 brokers worldwide. For more info visit www.ibba.org.