Anthony Marsala, co-founder and leader at Madison Street Capital, was recognized by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) with it’s 40 under 40 program for 2015.
The program is designed to recognize business professionals under 40 who have made outstanding advances in areas of business. Those on the list were from a pool of 125 nominees selected by NECVA and Consultants’ Training Institute (CTI). Mr. Marsala is a known leader at Madison Street Capital and has made incredible contributions to business valuation and corporate finance.
Madison Street Capital is a well-renowned international investment banking firm operating with offices in North America, Asia, and Africa. Their financial experts provide services such as mergers and acquisitions expertise, valuation services, corporate financial advisory services, ESOP advisory, Purchase Price Allocations, Capital restructuring, Buy Out advisory, and many other things. Learn more: http://madisonstreetcapital.org/
Along with being a major player among investment banks, Madison Street Capital is also a sound example of honesty and integrity in business. Delivering services to publicly and privately held businesses, they provide expertise in many areas to many varieties of people and accounts.
Being the Chief Operating Officer of Madison Street Capital, Mr. Marsala plays a pivotal role in the company’s day-to-day operations and managing their international investments. A graduate of the University of Chicago, he also holds a degree from Oxford University’s Said Business School. Along with being a member of NACVA himself, he is a member of the American Society of Appraisers.
The National Association of Certified Valuators and analysts’ 40 under 40 program is an incredible tool to recognize younger leaders in business, and their awarding of Anthony Marsala is a shining display of his leadership in business as well as a result how he helps manage Madison Street Capital as a firm of integrity and trustworthiness.
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