Madison Street Capital is a financial services company that was founded in 2005. They provide their services to middle market companies which include business valuation services, corporate advising, and providing their expert financial opinions. One of their biggest specialties at Madison Street Capital is handling the negotiations and transactions that are involved in a merger and acquisition event.
Once Madison Street Bank is hired by a company in an M&A deal, the first thing they do is establish the true value of the company. This forms the bedrock of the transaction and gives Madison Street Bank a good view of the current state of the company. From this they can develop future opportunities and bring in companies that might be interested in purchasing the company that Madison Street Bank is representing.
Madison Street Capital reputation as an experienced and trusted business partner has led to them having international offices. The company is headquartered in Chicago and has offices in Africa and Asia. They have built a network of companies which are both active buyers and sellers so that when they see an opportunity for a good match they know who to start negotiations with.
There have been a lot of middle market companies engaging in mergers and acquisitions in the last two years and the financial experts at Madison Street Banking expect that to continue in 2017. Karl D’Cunha, the Senior Managing Director of the company, has said that he expects to see further consolidation within the hedge fund industry in particular as stronger companies buy out smaller ones. He went on to say that many of these m&a transactions are being structured as incubator and seed deals as companies seek to increase their revenues.
As a socially responsible company, Madison Street Bank is committed to helping people. They are strong supporters of the United Way and their mission to help out in national disasters, natural and otherwise. United Way has in recent years responded to disasters along the East Coast, the Gulf states, and the Midwest. They provide food and shelter to those have lost their homes, or at least access to them for a period of time, as well as ongoing needs such as rebuilding educational infrastructure and health resources.
United Way’s mission takes a lot of money to accomplish. Madison Street Bank is a proud financial backer of this critically important nonprofit’s activities.
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