Madison Street Capital

At the 16th Annual M&A Advisor Awards in New York, Madison Street Capital won the award for the Debt Financial Deal of the Year. At the Gala celebrating the year for the leading mergers and acquisitions companies, they won the award for their work on the WLR Automotive transaction. They were chosen out of 650 companies for the award. They were also in consideration for being the Boutique Investment Banking Firm of the Year and the Financial Deal of the Year. Madison Street Captial CEO Charles Botchway and the head over the transaction Senior Managing Director Barry Peterson accepted the award.

 

Madison Street Capital is a global middle market investment banking firm based in Chicago founded in 2005 who provides business evaluations, corporate advisory, financial reporting and opinions to companies. They also provide mergers and acquisition services and corporate financial advisory services to those who are trying to find the best help in order to move forward in their companies. With their capital raising process, they help companies with senior and mezzanine debt and help negotiate ideal terms with strategy. Other parts of their expertise include bankruptcy claims, buy out advisory, tax compliance, tax planning, business exit planning, capital restructuring, buy out advisory and many more.

 

With offices located in the Americas, Africa, and Asia, they also have worked in various international sectors including consumer goods, healthcare, real estate, information technology and renewable energy. With these businesses, they’ve helped them to seek a commercial presence in the United States and find United States-based capital providers. For their philanthropic efforts, they created a fund called the United Ways of the Midwest and South Disaster Fund with the United Way for the Greater New Orleans Area. It is a ten-year plan designed to help various communities with education, finance working-class families by 2018.

 

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