Our Team

Brian D. Hanson


Brian D. Hanson is President and owner of Maine Business Brokers. He has 17 years of entrepreneurial experience and purchased the company in 2010. Brian joined Maine..  More

Bradley L.Kaplan

Vice President

Bradley L. Kaplan is Vice President of Maine Business Brokers. He has a thirty year track record as a business intermediary, handling valuation and sales of larger... More

Doug Bagin

Vice President

Thirty years as a private equity professional and investor, Doug has been CEO and/or owner of manufacturing and service companies located in New York, Canada, Maine and South Carolina. His experience includes  More

J. Mark Koshliek, Esq.

Associate Broker

J. Mark Koshliek, Esq. is an Associate Broker with extensive experience in business operations. Mark joined Maine Business Brokers having prior experience as a.. More

Lee Ann Edwards

Associate Broker

Lee Edwards is an Associate Broker with Maine Business Brokers. She joined the company in 1998 as its Operations Director. After 12 years in this position she... More

Reginald E. Perry

Associate Broker

Reginald E. Perry, CPA/ABV, BVAL,CVA is an associate broker with thirty-six years of experience counseling small to medium-sized businesses, specializing in business... More

Josh Saunders

Associate Broker

Josh Saunders is an Associate Broker with a background in operations and executive level management. Josh has served as the Senior Operations Director for a national engineering firm More

Edward P.Settino

Associate Broker

Edward P. Settino, Jr. is an Associate Broker covering southern and western Maine as well as southern New Hampshire through our strategic alliance with New Hampshire.. More


  • Buying and Selling a Business Simplified. Know the Three “P’s”.

    Most people will only buy or sell a business once in their life, it’s usually not a process that they understand. Buying or selling a business is very different than real estate transactions or other asset sales: it can take up to 18 months to have a successful closing; valuations can seem subjective; the tax implications can be complicated for both sides of the deal; and the closing documents and supporting schedules can be legally complex.

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