Madison Street Capital’s Co-Founder Anthony Marsala Receives Another Industry Award

Chicago-based Madison Street Capital is known for putting merger and acquisitions together. Madison Street Capital was co-founded by Charles Botchway and Anthony Marsala. Those two seasoned financial experts saw a need for a company that could put small and medium size companies together and produce a profitable offspring. Marsala as well as Botchway have been honored for their work in the financial industry. But the latest honor goes to Tony Marsala.Tony was recently honored by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. Tony was given the 40 Under Forty Recognition Award for 2015.

Marsala was one of the recipients because he made great strides in categories like business valuations, litigation consulting, financial forensics and expert witness testimony. If those categories sound like legal descriptions they are, according to the Executive Staff of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. The Executive Staff takes their nomination process seriously, and so does the financial industry. According to the NACVA judges they were overwhelmed with the results that Marsala produced in 2015

Receiving the 40 Under Forty Award is not taken lightly by the nominees. The nominees are a select group of outstanding performers from different industries. The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts and the Consultants’ Training Institute are rooted in superior quality, excellence, and the pioneering spirit of visionary leaders like Tony Marsala. The 40 Under Forty Recognition Award gives recipients a voice and more opportunity in their perspective industries. Brien K. Jones, the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President for NACVA and the CTI, said the nominees are the best of the best, and they are experts in their industries.

But the Madison Street Capital team knew that Marsala was an expert long before he started receiving awards for his performance in the accounting and financial industry. Marsala is responsible for putting mergers together in all parts of the world. There is a lot of talk about the government putting more restrictions on mergers and acquisitions, but that hasn’t stopped Marsala from putting medium size companies together in a room and working out the details of a merger or an acquisition that could change their future.

Marsala appreciated the recognition by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. Tony also said that 2016 is shaping up as another excellent year for Madison Street Capital’s M&A division. Even though there is a recession in Europe, Asia, and South America and the economy in the United States is slowing down, the merger and acquisition business is better than ever. Marsala said companies in Europe want to merge with companies in the United States because of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union.

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