Madison Street Capital Aids ARES Security To Complete A Minority Recapitalization

Madison Street Capital has completed a minority recapitalization for the ARES Security Corporation. The transaction was secured through minority equity and subordinated debt investment. The international investment banking firm settled for Corbel Structured Equity partners to provide advice regarding the funding. The completion of the transaction was announced on January 10, 2017 by the chief executive officer of Madison, Charles Botchway.

 

ARES is a Vienna-based leading provider of high-end technology solutions to governments and global corporations. The firm’s solutions are used to protect some of the world’s most critical assets, including governments, energy, transportation, and nuclear industries.

 

ARES Security Corporation’s president and shareholder, Ben Eazzetta, was pleased with how Madison Street Capital had steered the transaction. He noted that Madison’s team exhibited high levels of professionalism in all the stages of the transaction. They conducted due diligence, valuation analysis, and aided in devising innovative capital raising strategies while following all the rules and regulations that govern the industry. Ben thanked the leader of the team, Reginald McGuagh, for his exemplary leadership. McGuagh is the senior managing director of Madison Street Capital. Madison Street Capital reputation continues to grow with every project that they undertake. This information was originally published on Benzinga as explicated in this link https://www.benzinga.com/pressreleases/17/01/r8887730/madison-street-capital-arranges-minority-recapitalization-for-ares-secu

 

McGuagh praised Ben saying that the executive leader provided his team with a favorable working environment. ARES provided the team with all the information and materials that they needed to conduct the transaction successfully. McGuagh notes that Mr. Eazzetta entrusted them to identify the ideal financing partner, where after extensive research, they settled on Corbel.

 

Corbel Structured Equity Partner was founded in 2013. Despite its recent entry into the industry, the company is working towards conquering the privately held lower middle market companies. The corporation has over $95 million of capital under its management. Corbel has been investing the money in profitable firms. The company invests in projects that seeks to enhance its strategic or operational values.

 

About Madison Street Capital

Madison Street Capital is a Chicago-based investment bank. The financial institution provides its services to private and public firms around the globe. Its services include valuation, financial opinion, merger and acquisition expertise, and financial advisory. Over the years, the entity has made much success in helping other companies secure adequate funding to undertake different capital-intensive operations. The growth of the company is attributed to its world-class products and solutions, and exemplary customer services. The firm has a team of highly experienced experts, who have vast experience in the financial industry.

 

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Kyle Bass Has Earned The Attention Of The New Establishment Summit

In 2008, Kyle Bass was one of a select minority who believed that sub-prime mortgages were only building a bubble soon to collapse. In September, that bubble burst and Bass made a fortune. He had invested wisely, and the worldwide financial media was very interested to hear his story. Since then he’s had a regular media platform whenever he wants it, and Bass has never been shy about making use of that amenity. The plot thickens, though, because before the 2008 collapse, Bass was employed with Bear-Stearns, one of the top investment banks on Wall Street when the financial dominoes started knocking each other over. Shortly after his employment with Bear-Stearns dissolved, a journalist received a tip that was broadcast over the airwaves Monday morning. By the end of the week, Bear-Stearns had dropped so much in stock value, J.P. Morgan-Chase was forced to buy them out. Kyle Bass slipped the tip that dropped Bear-Stearns. In a way, he initiated what would eventually be the 2008 financial meltdown. He didn’t cause it, but he initiated it.

Kyle Bass also runs CAD, the Coalition for Affordable Drugs. This organization uses the sick to leverage stock drops on Wall Street. Bass short-sells his holdings when the drops hit and skips away with millions. Meanwhile the companies targeted, pharmaceutical corporations, lose so much money they have to curtail budgetary expenditure to departments like Research and Development. Return On Investment with R&D is always low. When a company loses assets, low-ROI depts. are the first to go. In the end, the sick lose medical advances, so all they get for CAD’s intervention is stagnation.

With these things in mind, the selection of Kyle Bass as a speaker at the next New Establishment Summit convention is slightly strange. Vanity Fair reports this event will take place on the 19th and 20th of October, 2016. The CEO of Amazon.com and the Vice President of Apple will also be speaking there. Both men are expected speakers–they’re industry leaders in technology and industry.

This Is How I Started My Business With Laidlaw & Company

I was willing to leverage my retirement income to start a business, but I did not know how it would go until I actually made my way to Laidlaw & Company and talked to James Ahern and Matthew Eitner about it. These were great guys who I knew were going to help me, and they were helpful in showing me what I could do to start my business. I needed to have a broker who was going to be there for me no matter what I wanted to do, and I needed a broker who was going to help show me the right direction.

I was going to pull some money out of the account to start my business, and then I took an equal amount of money out of the accounts and put it into a much more powerful account. I did not like being so liberal with my investments, but I could gain all that money back. I earned the money back I took out for my business, and then I was about to start my business free and clear.

I stayed with Laidlaw & Company to help start a new account for my business, and now we are using that money to do new things that will help us invest. The company we started is very healthy, and it is very happy using Laidlaw & Company every year.

I think that a lot of people can get some help with their investments if they decide to go to Laidlaw & Company, but they are going to have to make sure that they have worked with people in the office who are experts in their area. I found someone who helps business.