Madison Street Capital (MSC) is an international firm that specializes in investment banking. When KJM Capital Inc. transacted with Professional Pipe Inc. in a majority recapitalization deal, PPI had Madison Street Capital as its exclusive advisor. Though the transaction terms were discreet, both PPI and KJM were pleased with the outcome as KJM’s Kenneth Meister and PPI’s John Tyson revealed. Lester Rodgers, Senior Managing Director of Madison Street Capital, stated that their mission is to position entrepreneurs with a strategic partner. To this end, he added that KJM’s capital would help PPI climb to a higher level.
PPI started out in 1972 as a piping contractor solely in the textile industry but in 2006, shifted to food processing industry. Currently, it services those in the poultry processing sector by constructing, renovating and general maintenance. KJM Capital, LLC was started to acquire top companies in the middle and lower market but now focuses in providing exceptional customer service and expertise in finance and software applications. Find more information on PR.com
MSC embeds its business on integrity; it does not compromise on the advice it extends to clients and believes in full disclosure. It emphasizes on educating its clients who are rarely familiar with investment world dynamics. Its Managing Director, Barry Petersen, insists that understanding the client’s business is prerequisite to optimal results. It recruits seasoned professionals who give an array of services ranging from restructuring, acquisitions, and valuations among other financial services.
MSC offers all-rounded investment banking and focuses on firms in the US and across the globe that are overlooked by other investors. It diversifies its portfolio to have clients in the mutual funds, governments, financial institutions and many more investor bases. It acts as a go-between in negotiations ensuring that the owners get value for money while maintaining efficient operations during the transaction period, to optimize the firm’s value. It carries out the significant market potential to gain leverage in transaction arrangements. With its expertise, it matches the buyers and sellers financial needs to fit their capital structure. It fosters strong working relationships with communities around the globe and asserts its generous nature by partnering with charitable organizations such as United Ways.
Hedge Fund 2016 Optimistic Performance
In a 2016 report, Karl D’Cunha, Senior Managing Director of MSC, explained the hedge funds had performed well with ten hedge fund deals closing in 2014 and 42 others in 2015, an improvement of 27% based on this positive performance, he had an optimistic view for 2016. He attributed this to opportunistic partnerships that consolidated the hedge fund sector. The lag in 2015 prompted investors to seek alternatives because those especially with small hedge funds, operated inefficiently.
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