Recently an article was published announcing that the newest nominee for the M&A awards is Madison Street Capital. This investment firm, serving on an international level is one of the key competitors in the world of finance but also the nominee of this prestigious award. What it takes to become a finalist is much more than being a famous name in finance. It takes experience with making sound deals, and the ability to restructure finances for small and large organizations.
Additionally, Madison Street Capital was up for the award for Boutique Investment Banking Firm of the Year. The deals that are awarded for the boutique banking award are those that fall under the dollar amount of less than $100 million. The firm also played a key role in assisting their long-term client Dowco with the acquisition of Acuna and Asociados S. A. The ability to be in the running for this award for boutique investment banking firm is meaningful for Madison Street Capital, but it’s also important that other nominees find out why they are in the running.
CEO Charles Botchway spoke well of his team in the recent article, stating “Our dealmakers work tirelessly across multiple time zones to connect our clients with growing and emerging businesses that can suit their diverse needs for continued growth and success.” As an international investment firm it was simple for Madison Street Capital to take the transaction from start to finish, however what made it more challenging overall was the fact that the cross-border transaction had multiple moving parts.
Madison Street Capital has a reputation as an international equity investment firm that is not just top-notch but also committed to customer service in a way that few banks could understand.