Madison Street Capital is an international investment banking firm that operates on a global scale. They’re working with thousands of clients, yet somehow, they’re genuinely focused on their clients’ successes. It’s not about getting their own profits; it’s about making sure every client is set up for the best end result.
With every new project, they get to approach new problems in unconventional ways. That doesn’t mean they’re taking unnecessary risks. They’re just focused more on their client’s goals than their own. It’s because of that dedication and trusted experienced that so many of their clients’ loyalties are unwavering.
Over the last few months, over a dozen states have been hit with some of the worst storms the United States has seen in 100 years. Most of the damage people have seen has all been physical damage to property and lives lost. People haven’t really thought about the economic and cultural damage that’s been done.
As many places face floods and landslides, the number of schools and businesses washed away is growing by the day. By the time all the storms stopped, entire communities were faced with problems they’d be dealing with for the next few years.
Thanks to organizations like United Way and its United Ways of the Midwest and South Disaster Fund, the smaller communities have a chance to rebuild their lives much faster. At first, United Ways started out by providing the basics of necessities: food, water, medicine, clothing, and shelter.
Now, it’s beginning to focus on more long-term recovery issues: education, financial stability, and long-term health problems. With the help of companies like Madison Street Capital, these communities stand a chance at restoring their economic independence much faster than they expected. Right now, the focus is making a beneficial difference in these people’s lives.
Making those kinds of impacts is why Madison Street Capital has repeatedly honored at the M&A Advisors Awards Gala. Last November, Madison Street Capital won the Debt Financing Deal of the Year award after advising WLR Automotive on one of their transactions. Madison Street Capital was also nominated for two other awards but didn’t win those.
Charles Botchway, CEO of Madison Street Capital, gave all the credit to the team that handled the deal. He especially praised Barry Peterson, Senior Managing Director who led that team. He also thanked WLR Automotives and their representatives.