Madison Street Capital Is A Global Merger And Acquisition Firm

Chicago-based Madison Street Capital’s reputation is not based on being a commercial lender or a bank. Senior Managing Director, Karl D’Cunha, likes to make that clear before any transactions begin. Madison Street Capital is a boutique investment firm that specializes in small and medium size mergers and acquisitions. Karl D’Cunha thinks Madison Street Capital is successful because the firm excels in capital restructuring, bankruptcy direction, buyout advice, employee stock option plans, tax compliance, business valuation and corporate governance. The restructuring advice, portfolio valuations, tax planning, business exit strategies and wealth management information that Madison Street offers clients is well above the norm in the investment industry. But Karl D’Cunha also makes it a point to tell clients that the firm bears no responsibility for lender performance when financing is involved in a transaction. Madison Street will identify possible financing opportunities, including, revolving credit facilities, debt refinancing, mezzanine and term loans, syndicated loans, secured lending facilities, and revolving credit opportunities. Madison Street Capital is a financial arranger, not a lender.

 

 

Madison Street Capital was founded by Charles Botchway and Tony Marsala. Both men have an extensive background in the merger and acquisition industry. Botchway is an expert when it comes to identifying companies that will perform better together, than apart. Marsala has been recognized for his leadership in the merger and acquisition industry. He recently received the “40 under Forty Award” for his work in the M&A industry. Tony was also recognized by the M&A Advisor Award program for closing a merger between Dowco, and a Mexican company. Marsala has a proven track record in the emerging market segment of the M&A industry. Read more: https://ideamensch.com/charles-botchway/

 

 

The investment industry is going through a transition period. Investors have been nervous about what’s happening in China, and they are nervous about the Feds reluctance to raise interest rates. Trump’s candidacy also played a role in keeping the investment industry guessing. Now that Trump is the new president, investors are pouring money into various assets. Trump may have played his election tune to the working man, but investors stand to make serious money in 2017, thanks to his political agenda. Madison Street Capital executives are gearing up for an excellent M&A year.

 

 

But there are issues in the industry that must be addressed. More big mergers and acquisitions will be put on hold in 2017, according to some investors. Madison Street Capital has no plans to change their place in the industry going forward. The big mergers don’t appeal to Madison Street executives. No one is sure what 2017 will bring in terms of regulation and policy changes. But Madison Street Capital is prepared to adjust, according to Karl D’Cunha. Adjustments are part of the firm’s business model.

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