Madison Street Capital is an international boutique investment bank that mostly specializes on the middle market. The company is headquartered in the United States of America, but it has frown over the years, and it has managed to open several branches in many other nations.
Just recently, the international company announced that one Antony Marsala, the CEO of the company was the winner of the M&A Advisory Seventh Annual Emerging Leaders Awards. According to reliable sources, Anthony was chosen for the awards because of his accomplishments and also the experience he has in the industry. There were a huge number of nominees, and the independent judging panel managed to select him as the person who was right for the award. The independent judges were distinguished leaders in the business world, and they all felt that he was the right person.
On the other hand, Anthony was thrilled to be honored for his accomplishments in the competitive industry. He also said that he was aware of the fact that this would not have been possible if he did not have a supportive team of dedicated professionals like he has in the company.
At first, they were known as the 40 Under 40 Awards, and they were started in the year 2010 in the United States of America. The main aim of this award was to appreciate and recognize what the young M&A, Turnaround and Financing professionals who had proven to reach a better and higher level in the industry.
Anthony Marsala is actually the Co-Founder and also the Chief Operating Officer for Madison Street Capital. He has been in the industry for more than fifteen years, and this explains why he was appointed to the position. He has managed to achieve a lot of success for the international company since he took over the leadership of the company.
Just recently, the company released its fourth edition report showing its progress for the previous year. According to the report, Madison Street Capital managed to close fourth two deals, a significance growth from what had been achieved in the year 2014. The transaction volume also increased in the year 2015, regardless of the poor strategies used by most institutions.