At the beginning of 2017, Madison Street Capital announced the conclusion of a merger transaction between The Spitfire Group and DCG Software Value. Madison is a leading investment banking firm recognized globally for serving middle level companies. During this merger transaction, Madison Street Capital provided financial advisory services to DCG Software Value. DCG is a provider of tech solutions such as software value management, software estimation and also point analysis. On the other hand, The Spitfire Group is a tech provider specializing in assisting companies to realize their technological and business objectives. The Spitfire is based in Denver.
The Chief Executive Officer of Madison Street Capital, Charles Botchway, made this announcement. He further explained that the negotiations were led Jay Rodgers, but he did not disclose the terms of the deal. The two companies were led by highly experienced teams including their CEOs. Botchway said it was an amazing opportunity for his company to be at the center of leading the transaction between these two information technology leaders. Mike Harris, the CEO of DCG Software Value was also delighted to be engaged with MSC’s team led by Jay Rodgers. According to Mike, Rodgers’ team provided insightful analysis, which enabled them make appropriate decision. He further stated that together with Spitfire’s CEO, Mark Richtermeyer, they will still continue to associate with Madison Street Capital’s team to help them expand their portfolio and attract more clients.
An Overview of Madison Street Capital
Madison Street Capital is an investment bank specializing in a wide range of financial services such as financial opinions and advisory, valuation, M&A expertise. The company targets both private and public enterprises. These services place MSC’s clients at a perfect position to enable them compete with other businesses on the international platform. The company has been focusing on emerging markets as a major component helping its clients to grow their portfolio on the global market. The team of professionals is committed to ensure that Madison Street Capital reputation is always good.
Madison Street Capital’ Overview of Hedge Fund Deals
In 2015, 42 hedge fund transactions were concluded or announced worldwide, ten more than were closed in 2014. This is according to Madison Street Capital’s overview of hedge fund industry. Furthermore, the 2015 transactions were about 27% more than 2014 as measured by AUM. This analysis revealed that more deals would be announced or be closed in the coming years.
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