M&S Fairway

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company sizeCompany size 11-50
Houston, Texas, United States

M&S Fairway Capital is a corporate advisory firm that provides investment banking services for merger and acquisition transactions as well as the placement of debt, equity and project financing. The Houston based firm supports growing middle market companies with strategic advice focused on growth and value creation. MERGERS & ACQUISTIONS Private ownership with a valuation between $10 million and $100 million Products and services with distinct competitive advantages, such as market leadership, low-cost production, superior distribution capability, established technology, and proprietary products or processes Proven management teams with the ability to operate the business to ensure stability and profitability sell business: ​ Performing a valuation of the company Assisting with the organizational process Identifying likely buyers Managing due diligence Negotiating price and terms Coordinating with tax, accounting, and legal professionals Determining the most effective tax structure CAPITAL RAISING Company source capital from: Senior Lenders Specialty Lenders Mezzanine Lenders Leasing Companies Private Equity Funds Hedge Funds Family Offices Venture Capital Funds FINANCIAL ADVISORY Perform a market valuation of the business Assist in strategic planning and budgeting Complete an industry competitive analysis Analyze and maximize the company’s capital structure Review expansion plans Evaluate merger & acquisition targets Prepare the company for a sale, merger or recapitalization

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