Madison Street Capital, a Chicago-based banking firm, made it to the finals in the 15th Annual M&A Advisors Awards. The company was nominated in two categories: Global Boutique Investment Banking Firm of the Year and Innovative Industrial Deal of the Year. For the latter, the award is given for deals not exceeding $100 million, with Madison Capital making it to the list for leading the deal that saw Dowco purchase Acuna & Asociados. Karl D’Cunha, the senior manager at Madison Capital, represented the firm in the deal. The coveted M&A Advisors Awards honor outstanding companies and individual professionals in the financial industry. The awards ceremony was to be held at the New York Athletic Club.
Word from the CEO
Speaking after the big announcement, Madison Street Capital CEO, Charles Botchway, expressed his delight for the recognition in the M&A Awards, terming it as an honor. He took that moment to appreciate Madison Capital’s long-term client, Dowco, for giving them the chance to transact on its behalf during the acquisition of Acuna & Asociados. Charles, who is also the founder of the company, emphasized on his firm’s continued commitment towards assisting its clients to grow in business. He thanked the company’s dealmakers from across the globe for their relentless efforts that have brought the firm tremendous success.
Karl D’Cunha, the man behind International and Industrial Deal of the Year nomination, took pride in the Dowco transaction. He said that the recognition was worth, given the complexity of the deal. M&A Advisors Awards has been in existence for the past 19 years, honoring and awarding excellence in the financial industry.
Madison Street Capital
Madison Street Capital, LLC, specializes in offering investment banking services. The privately-owned firm is based in Chicago, Illinois, but it serves clients from across the globe. Through its international offices in Asia, Africa, and America, Madison Capital offers a wide range of expert services including, among others, corporate tax planning, financial advisory, merger and acquisitions, and business evaluation. Charles Botchway, who presently acts as the CEO, founded the firm 12 years ago. Other executives include Karl D’Cunha, Jay Rodgers, and Reginald McGaugh.
Following the recent disaster that affected more than ten states in America, Madison Street Capital collaborated with the United Way for the Greater New Orleans Area to help the affected families. The most affected were from Midwest, Gulf Coast, and East Coast. The firm donated food and shelter as well as funding the construction of schools in those areas. Participation in charity activity has substantially promoted Madison Street Capital reputation.
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