Marvin Kaulkin, Founder and Board

Marvin Kaulkin founded Kaulkin Ginsberg Company in 1989 to specialize in middle market mergers and acquisitions, and within two years became the leading M&A firm to specialize in the consolidating account receivable management (ARM) industry.  Today the company is the leading strategic advisor to accounts receivable management and related businesses services companies, helping owners and executives succeed in their efforts to analyze, grow or exit their businesses. Services include merger, acquisition and valuation advice; market research; ARM portfolio purchase and sales advice; operational consulting; and executive search. Kaulkin Ginsberg’s media division publishes the most popular sources of timely industry information such as insideARM™ and the ARM Insider™.

Marvin became the primary venture investor in Kaulkin Information Systems (KIS) because he recognized a need for affordable, powerful and simple-to-use technology for document management and compliance within heavily regulated industries like financial services, government, heatlhcare/medical and pharmaceuticals.

Previously, Marvin served as president of a financial advisory firm’s M&A subsidiary serving business owners and individuals.  From 1962 to 1982 he was President and CEO of a regional floor covering distributor servicing northeast and mid-Atlantic states.

Marvin is a member and former director of the Institute of Merger and Acquisition Professionals (IMAP), a member of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) and a member of the American Collectors Association (ACA). He has been a practicing Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and was a director of the National Capitol chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG). Marvin is considered an expert in the field of middle market mergers and acquisitions, and has authored many articles on this activity and the affairs of the debt collection industry. A graduate of Lafayette College, he has a B.S. degree in economics.