When it comes to hedge fund M&A transactions, it looks like 2016 is going to be a record year. Madison Street Capital recently released their fourth edition of their hedge fund industry M&A overview. This edition covers M&A opportunities and transaction history and activity.
According to PR.com, in the year 2015, 42 separate hedge fund deals were announced or closed around the world. That was 32 more transactions that took place than in the previous year. Also, when measured by AUM, transaction volume in 2015 was 25 percent higher than in the previous year. These statistics as well as the amount of transactions that happened in the fourth quarter of the year 2015 without a doubt show that great momentum has been created and is positioning 2016 to be a record year when it comes to hedge fund transactions for mergers and acquisitions.
Madison Street Capital consists of a group of professionals who have years of experience, a wealth of knowledge, and who have created extensive relationships in order to make them one of the world’s most outstanding middle market investment banking firms. They have helped a wide variety of clients to not only acquire appropriate financing for their business venture, but they have also helped them to set up an effective capitalization structure that is perfectly suited to their unique situation. Madison Street Capital is a world leader in M&A and other corporate finance advisories.
Madison Street Capital is based in Chicago, Illinois. That is where their headquarters are located. They also have offices in other parts of North America, in Asia, and in Africa. They have the ability to provide a wide variety of financial services to their clients that include restructuring services, financial opinion services, corporate advisory services, and business evaluation services. They have assisted clients who work in a wide variety of industries, which makes them experts in the field of finance and investment.
The Senior Managing Director at Madison Street Capital, Karl D’Cunha, said that the deal environment for the hedge fund industry will be strong in 2016. Their company has seen a variety of deal mechanisms being used that not only benefits buyers but also sellers. They strongly feel that the hedge fund industry, which has been weak, will continue to be made stronger, particularly for opportunistic partnerships.