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MidMarket is an investment-banking firm that provides unbiased, qualified advice to middle market companies on mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance matters.
MidMarket's principals have been the lead investment bankers on a broad range of trasactions. From full liquidity though sale, merger of equals and recapitalizations to partial liquidity through buyback of outstanding ownership interests to significant distributions with or without leverage or ownership change, the introduction of employee benefit plan ownership, private placements with strategic partners or private equity funds, recapitalization or variations.
MidMarket provides corporate finance advisory services to public and private companies, boards of directors, their owners and related fiduciaries, and investor groups. Services include advising clients on the following:
Mergers & Acquisitions:
Sale of independent companies/units
Acquisition of businesses or product lines
Private equity and debt
Fairness and Valuation Analysis:
M&A and financings
Complex estate matters