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Marc Lewyn

CEO of Strategic Liquidity Services




With over 20 years of experience, Marc Lewyn is a partner, senior financial advisor, and CEO of Strategic Liquidity Services (“SLS”) at JOYN. SLS provides a methodology designed to help business owners navigate the complex options available for generating liquidity from their businesses.

Marc Lewyn Business Liquidity Sell Company CEO

“Most business owners think there’s one way to generate liquidity from their business — to sell it,” Marc explains. “However, that’s one of many options, and in our experience, it’s often not the best one. We help people navigate complex variables so they can choose a path that best fits with their personal and professional goals.”

Lewyn graduated cum laude from the University of Virginia and received his law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law. Prior to joining JOYN, Marc served as a corporate attorney for a variety of business clients. Marc also had the privilege of working on the staff of a U.S. Senator, a job he credits for giving him the willingness to tackle a variety of complex problems in service to others.

Marc Lewyn: Selling My Company, Business Liquidity CEO

A leader in the community, Marc enjoys sharing his time and expertise with a number of Atlanta-based charities and organizations. Marc is a former member of the Emory University Board of Visitors, a past Chair of the Endowment Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, and served on the Executive Committee and the Board of that organization for many years. He served on the Endowment Board of the Westminster Schools, the Boards of the Atlanta Jewish Academy, and the Endowment Committee of the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta. He and his wife Bev were the honorees for the Atlanta Scholars Kollel Tribute dinner in 2013. Other honorees have included Bernie Marcus, former CEO and co-founder of The Home Depot, and Stan Kasten, co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers.


Marc’s Insights

You're Not Just A Deal

Apr 4, 2017

For you, selling your business is the deal of a lifetime. For them, it’s the deal of the week. Before you think about liquidity, think about this: you’re…
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