Madison Street Capital, the Leader in Investment Banking
Madison Street Capital is an investment banking company established and incorporated in 2011. It has its headquarters in Chicago, Illinois in America. It has other offices spread over North America, Africa, and Asia.
It is a middle market investment banking firm with a staff of two and annual revenue of $13000. It is a leader in the provision of corporate finance mergers and acquisition services.
Madison Street Capital has a wealth of experience in the provision of diverse financial services. They include:
• Restructuring services,
• Valuation and M&A services for hedge funds,
• Buy side and sell side services for private equity,
• Corporate advisory services, business valuation services,
• Valuation for financial reporting,
• Financial opinion services.
Backed by a team of professionals endowed with remarkable knowledge, skill and extensive relationships, it has turned out to be a front-runner in the middle market investment banking firms.
Different market scenarios call for careful study and accurate recommendations. Business owners looking to acquire, sell or build a sound exit strategy, or matters of corporate governance require the assistance of seasoned professionals who can guide appropriately. The company’s pool of talent has what it takes to take through such customers to success. They have a history of unmatched quality in the banking industry and are known to give precise recommendations.
Madison Street Capital has grown drastically from its inception to date. According to the 4th edition of Madison Capital’s hedge fund industry M&A overview, a total of 42 hedge fund deals were closed or declared worldwide in 2015, exceeding the 32 dealings that closed in 2014. This is proof enough that Madison Street Capital’s growth has gained momentum and is going places.
Hedge fund industry, according to the edition, is highly fragmented and is being structured in a way that it can accommodate both buyers and sellers. Transactions are now being structured as seed or incubator deals, revenue-share stakes, PE stakes and many others. In the foreseeable future, there will be consolidations that will bring together opportunistic partnerships geared towards bridging the distribution gap of the product offering. This is away from the traditional M&A.
The company has differentiated itself from this by offering unique and quality services. Smaller hedge fund managers have been forced to seek strategic alternatives due to operations below the optimal portfolio capacity. They struggle to attract new capital to fund the operations and end up incurring higher operational costs while facing downward pressure on fees.