Madison Street Capital Is A Finalist For The Cross-Border Deal Of The Year Award

Chicago-based merger and acquisition firm Madison Street Capital has been nominated for several awards over the years, according to Charles Botchway, the CEO of the firm. The company has just been nominated as a finalist for the 14th Annual M&A Advisor Awards. Those awards are considered the highest honor in the financial industry. Madison Street Capital has always been known throughout the industry as a master deal maker that can restructure and finance mergers and acquisitions better than anyone in the industry.
According to an article published by, Madison Street Capital was nominated because of the acquisition of FabTrol Systems by AVEVA. Madison Street Capital played a key role in that transaction thanks to Senior Managing Directors, Jay Roberts, and Karl D’Cunha. Both men were instrumental in making the transaction a reality for those two companies, according to the article.
The CEO of Madison Street Capital praised both men for putting the deal together in an industry that has huge growth potential. FabTrol is considered a mainstay in the fabrication management software business. AVEVA will benefit from the merger because FabTrol will enhance the company’s product offerings.
M&A Advisors have been around since 1998. The group is the force behind insightful and intelligence information on the various mergers and acquisitions that occur in the industry. The group consists of finance professionals that have established a network of merger and acquisition specialists. Winners of the awards will be announced November 17, 2015, at the New York Athletic Club.
Madison Street Capital is a leader in the worldwide merger and acquisition industry. The firm focuses on emerging market transactions as well as transactions in Europe, Asia and North America. Thanks to the dedicated service of Anthony Marsala, the COO of Madison Street Capital, and the other financial professionals that work diligently to put productive deals together around the world.
Other finalists include Deloitte; Ernst & Young, Goldman, Sachs & Co., Apollo Capital Management, General Atlantic, Bain & Company, Generational Equity, The Blackstone Group, ; Bertram Capital, Huron Capital Partners, Alvarez & Marsal, Seward & Kissel, KPMG Corporate Finance as well as several other respected merger and acquisition firms. The M&A Advisor put out a statement that said: “The industry has undergone a major transformation since the first award winners were announced, but we are convinced that merger and acquisitions are the driving force in our ever-changing industry and the economy.

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