Mark Dwyer and Woody Woodward will co-manage the Northeast region from The Cantin Group’s New York headquarters, one of several upper management moves the company announced this week. 
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Mark Dwyer and Woody Woodward will co-manage the Northeast region from The Cantin Group’s New York headquarters, one of several upper management moves the company announced this week.

Photo by Juan Sáez via Flickr

NEW YORK — The Dave Cantin Group has nearly doubled the size of its management team to meet a growing demand for M&A services in key regions of the U.S., the company announced.

Mark Dwyer, previously managing director of DCG’s Midwest regional office in Chicago, has moved to DCG’s Madison Avenue headquarters in New York, where he joins William “Woody” Woodward to co-manage the Northeast region. Scott Worthing will succeed Dwyer as managing director of the Midwest region.

In addition, Chad Goodson has been appointed a managing director for the Southeast region, where he will co-manage the regional office with Dan Simonson. Finally, Fred Sherwood and Alex Covino have joined the company as district managers in the firm’s West region. Based in Irvine, Calif., the region is led by Managing Director George Pero.

“The rapid growth in demand for our services over the past year has allowed us to expand our team of M&A professionals to include a group of highly effective managing directors at five regional locations throughout the U.S.,” said founder and CEO Dave Cantin. “This is the most experienced team of M&A experts in the country — a team with considerable expertise both on the retail and wholesale sides of the business.”

Originally posted on Auto Dealer Today

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