M&A Advisor is an association of investment banking and boutique service professionals that host summit meetings and awards gatherings for the mergers and acquisitions market. They recently hosted the 2016 M&A Awards and one finalist chosen for this award was Madison Street Capital, a Chicago-based investment banking company that’s been known for their corporate planning and strategy services and their ability to restructure and refinance various companies. The award they qualified for was Boutique Investment Banking Firm of the Year thanks to a major deal they helped pass between Dowco and Acuna & Asociados S.A. This accomplishment had a lot of legal obstacles that Madison Street Capital worked to clear to complete the merger.
The Madison Street Capital reputation has been outstanding in the financial industry with highly qualified portfolio managers and legal experts managing the firm. Their clients are from a large diverse industry pool that includes healthcare, energy, manufacturing, retail, food service, telecommunications and transportation. The firm specializes in all kinds of advisories in addition to mergers and acquisitions which include bankruptcy, business valuations, tax compliance, employee stock ownership plans, business exits and other structuring. The firm’s executives include CEO Charles Botchway and Senior Managing Director Karl D’Cunha.
Madison Street Capital has helped turn corporations that looked like they might be about to go under become profitable again through various funding and refinancing deals, and they’ve also made an impact in many foreign markets including India. Even just this last year Madison Street Capital helped Pearl Human Care partner with Henry Ford Health System to build an advanced facility in India and startup several hospitals. Madison Street Capital was also recently the controlling firm for the obtaining of a new facility for Centex Machining, a medical device and patient assistance product developer. Thanks to Madison Street Capital’s work Centex was able to obtain more financing for their operations.