Madison Street Capital Excels In Medium Sized Mergers And Acquisitions

There’s a new rumor circulating around the merger and acquisition industry. Bracco, Italy’s healthcare group, wants to buy the radiology unit that Germany’s Bayer AG wants to sell. The deal may be worth more than $4.3 billion, according to Madison Street Capital’s CEO, Charles Botchway. The French group, Guerbet, may be interested in the unit, so the negotiations will certainly get more interesting. The Bayer AG deal is not the kind of sale that interests Botchway and his COO, Tony Marsala. Chicago-based Madison Street Capital likes to negotiate smaller transactions. In fact, Madison Street Capital has a proven track record, when it comes to closing small and medium sized mergers and acquisitions.



Madison Street Capital is called a boutique investment firm. Botchway and Marsala, and team of professionals they put together take pride in their financial leadership, integrity, and tenacity. Charles Botchway is a master when it comes to corporate finance. Tony Marsala is considered one of the best merger specialists in the business. Marsala has won numerous awards. He was recently awarded an M&A Advisor award for outstanding performance and leadership. Tony has a knack for bringing companies together. Other M&A firms miss some of those deals for one reason or another.



The executive staff at Madison Street Capital offers an array of services. Those services include corporate governance, ESOP, capital restructuring, bankruptcy direction, buyout advice, tax compliance, and business valuation. Other services like tax planning, business exit strategies, portfolio valuations, restructuring advice, and wealth management put Madison Street Capital at the top of the list of the most sought after firms in the investment industry.



Chicago may be home base for Madison Street Capital, but the satellite offices in Asia and Africa strengthen the reach of the firm in emerging markets. Tony Marsala heads up the emerging market sector of the company. A recent deal Marsala orchestrated between a Mexican company and an American company earned Tony another award in 2016. Madison Street Capital has the resources and the expertise to identify political and social changes in emerging markets, and that gives the firm an advantage in the complicated world of mergers and acquisitions in developing nations.



Botchway and Marsala are on track to beat last year’s record year for closing mergers and acquisitions. Even though 2016 has been a difficult year in the investment industry, Madison Street Capital is on track to make company projections. The team at Madison Street focused on the technology, healthcare, construction, manufacturing, energy, retail, transportation, and mining industries in 2015, and in 2016, and that has paid off. Mergers in the energy sector are above average, and retail is going through some major challenges, and those challenges have instigated more mergers in 2016.


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