The M&A Advisor is an organization that recognizes the achievements and accolades of investment bank and other financial institutions and their vital importance when it comes to advisory services and transactions. In 2017, M&A Advisor held its 16th Annual M&A Advisor Award ceremony in New York. It announced Madison Street Capital (MSC) as the 2017 winner of its most prestigious award, the Debt Financing Deal of the Year Award. The award was given for Madison Street’s involvement and advisory service in the restructuring of WLR Automotives’s business strategy.
Madison Street Capital advised and structured a debt financing strategy with WLR Automotive to restructure its current business strategy. The deal comprised of a sale-leaseback of five WLR locations that raised $13.2 million for WLR Automotive to expand its operations into the more lucrative, emerging market of express car washes. The deal sees WLR reduce its locations from 17 to 12, but an opportunity to continue its amazing revenue growth run since its inception.
The incredibly competitive financial services industry sees these awards as a form of competitive advantage, which in an industry that has few is extremely important and profitable. Madison Street Capital won the award out of 650 competing firms. The CEO of MSC, Charles Botchway recognized his company’s managing director Barry Peterson who led the transaction strategy with WLR.
Madison Street Capital is a financial investment bank and advisory firm that operates on a global scale. MSC specializes in mergers and acquisitions, financial advisory services, and other valuation and innovative solutions for private and public organization. The company prides itself on its professional team of advisors and managing directors. MSC was founded in 2005 and has over 150 full-time employees. Madison Street’s attention to detail and respect for each and every one of its clients has gained it the reputation and respect in the highly competitive industry.
Founded by Anthony Marsala and Charles Botchway, Madison Street Capital has adapted to the world’s changing economy and growing financial risks. The uncertainty and increased risk has led to more mergers and acquisitions in the financial services industry for example in 2015, 42 hedge fund mergers and acquisitions took place. The continuous consolidation and uncertainty in the industry has led to innovative strategies and increased opportunities in emerging markets. Madison Street Capital for example has focused its transactions, efforts and involvement in researching these markets for the future.
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