Madison Street Capital is an international banking firm offering financial services that are tailored to place clients under their services in a position for a global marketplace success. The company is firmly anchored in the values of integrity, excellence, exemplary leadership, and service. Madison Street Capital delivers some corporate financial advisory services which include;
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Financial opinions
- Valuation services for public and private businesses
Madison Capital has a strong work ethic which emphasizes the value of our clients to us, and in so doing we make their goals and objectives for their projects our central focus. Madison Street Capital also recognizes the fact that emerging markets forms the vantage point to provide the opportunity for global growth of our clients. As a result, Madison Street Capital continues to channel significant assets to these markets.
One of the best examples of professionalism and success in the display from Madison Street Capital was in its financial advisor role for ARES Security Corporation. Madison Capital was the sole financial advisor in a transition where the Vienna-based security firm wanted to arrange a minority equity and a subordinated debt investment.
The minority recapitalization was availed by Corbel Structured Equity Partners. ARES Security was a valuable client and especially since the firm deals with sensitive security solutions it was imperative that everything sails through smoothly. Comments made by ARES Security president Ben Eazzetta bore testimony of the good Madison Street Capital reputation;
“We were very impressed with the entire process including the initial due diligence, valuation analysis and ultimately the capital raising process. They worked very hard and diligently to find us the right financing partner, and we are very excited for the future with our new capital structure.”
The report for the 4th edition of the Madison Capital’s hedge fund industry Mergers and Acquisitions overview showed that the number of hedge fund deals that were concluded or announced globally was following a steady upward trend from the year 2014. The hedge fund industry assets were also reported to be at an all-time high rising from a dismal performance of a significant number of hedge fund strategies from two years ago in 2015. While the hedge fund performance was on a dip, institutional investors decided to mitigate the effects by channeling more allocations to alternative asset management with the hopes of getting better returns which would enable them to cushion against the rising costs of liabilities.