Madison Street Capital – Leaders in Investment Consultation

Madison Street Capital has established itself as a forerunner in the world of investment. This was evident recently when Madison Street Capital bagged the Mergers and Acquisitions award at their 16th yearly event. The firm was selected from a list of more than 600 other companies competing for the award. The Madison Street capital won in the category of debt financing deal for a transaction with Wash Lube Repair Automotive company. Charles Botchway, Chief Executive Officer at Madison Street Capital, expressed his gratitude for the win and thanked his counterpart, Barry Petersen at Wash Lube Repair Automotive for mediating the deal.

 

 

Madison Street Capital was founded in 2005 by Charles Botchway and Anthony Marsala. The firm functions in an advisory role for private and public companies in many areas. This company helps raise capital for new businesses, established corporates from various sources such as banks, private investors, and other financial institutions. They also specialize in value estimation for companies, reorganizing debts to improve liquidity and management of relationships with other companies or investors.

 

 

Madison Street Capital provides clients with advice on mergers and acquisitions and buying and selling operations. The firm carefully analyzes the investment market and pinpoint the most profitable ventures for investors to buy. The executives who work in the buy-side division select appropriate shares or firms that best represent the investor’s requirements. They further help mediate the deal whether it is within the country or offshore. Madison Street Capital has successfully negotiated many transactions with investors in Africa, Asia, Canada, South America, and Europe.

 

 

Madison Street Capital is committed to helping investors secure their wealth and also to multiply it. This is done by careful tax assessment of groups to help generate maximum profits and reduce losses to taxation and government regulations. They also help individuals or organizations sell their enterprises for maximum benefit to the owners while preserving employee payment compensation. Madison Street Capital uses strategies and schemes to assess the value of corporations. Valuation is done in situations when companies offer shares to the public or employees, during the reorganization of firms, global dealings, and for takeovers and mergers.

 

 

The Madison Street Capital firm has worked with other groups in varies industries such as transportation, consumer markets, manufacturing, energy, aerospace, healthcare, technology, consumer markets, financial operations, mining industry, and many others. Madison Street Capital has been recognized for its leadership and expertise by the industry through many awards. It has won the Mergers and Acquisitions Advisor Awards in 2017 in several categories such as debt financing deal of the year, Mergers, and Acquisitions Deal of the Year, and Restructuring Deal of the Year. The year 2016 saw many victories as well, in the form of the Mergers and Acquisitions Advisor Awards for Boutique Investment Banking Firm of the Year and Industrial Deal of the Year.

 

To learn more, visit http://madisonstreetcapital.org/.

 

Oxford Club: Three Ways to Be a Better Investor

Investing profitably can be a confusing task. Too many people choose to employ the help of an investment advisor or a fund manager before we proceed with our investing strategies. Oxford Club is a private network of investors that believe the educated individual can invest without the aid of those so-called professional advisors. Studies have shown that investors who follow the benchmarks outperform investors who use advisors. The Oxford Club believes if investors follow three pieces of advice, they will have much better results than most of today’s investing Americans.

The first step is to save more money. Only 24% of Americans have saved $1000 toward retirement and less than 50% have saved $25,000. The average American earns at least $35,000 annually. To retire at age 67 with the average death occurring around age 78 for men and 81 for would mean, they should retire with at least $200,000 saved to supplement any benefits expected from Social Security. The average Social Security benefit is only $1,360 per month, that’s $16,320 annually, less than half of what they earned during their working years. Most people couldn’t make that kind of adjustment to their living.

The second step is to reduce your investment expenses. Paying a fund manager or an investment advisor could cost as little as 1%, but is the investment only returns 2.4%, that’s 42% of your return going to someone who isn’t actually increasing your earnings. If the investor simply follows the benchmark investments, they will outperform most fund managers and investment advisors.

The third and final step is to rebalance your portfolio. We are in the middle of remarkable period in the market. It just keeps growing. Now, is the time to sell back some of those appreciating asset classes. Remember sell high and buy low is the winning strategy. Rebalance your portfolio by selling some of your winners and buying more of your losing investments. Cycles turn and they will soon, so get your portfolio ready.