Quadriga Partners, LLC

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Denver, Colorado, United States

Quadriga provides the full spectrum of traditional investment banking services, including advising on mergers and acquisitions and capital raising transactions as well as providing strategic advisory services. MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS Merger and acquisition services can range from guiding outright sales to advising on specific asset divestitures to helping clients identify and acquire another company. Quadriga provides following services: Corporate Sales Asset Divestitures Real Estate Sale Leasebacks Buy-Side Advisory CAPITAL RAISING Capital comes in a number of forms with various costs and benefits that fluctuate based on current capital market conditions. Quadriga provides following services: Senior Debt Subordinated Debt Private Equity Venture Capital STRATEGIC ADVISORY Quadriga helps gain a comprehensive understanding of options by providing an exhaustive review of business and potential transaction alternatives. Strategic Transaction Alternatives Review Fairness Opinions Valuations Special Situations

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