Cassel Salpeter & Co. and its leadership team are routinely contacted by the news media to comment on investment banking, M&A and general trends affecting middle-market businesses.
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To view original article click here. By: Rochelle Broder-Singer August 2013
The middle market is the principal driver of our labor market and economy, but it’s also the most misunderstood and least appreciated.
Thinking about selling your business? Think first about your employees, customers or clients, and lenders.
Bankia’s City National Bank of Florida franchise drew a great deal of buyer interest, months of speculation and ultimately a Chilean buyer eager to expand in the Miami market.
Think about it: Florida is the third-largest state in the country, and South Florida is the fifth-largest Designated Market Area (DMA), but we don’t have the third-largest or even the fifth-largest number of VC’s or VC-funded companies.
The rumor mill keeps churning about the looming sale of City National Bank of Florida. Recent reports suggest that Banco do Brasil SA is closing in on a purchase of Valencia, Spain-based Bankia’s Florida franchise.
When selling your business, advance planning and strategic action can make a big difference toward helping you obtain the maximum value for your firm.
Cassel Salpeter & Co. Named Winner of 7TH Annual M&A Advisor Turnaround Award for the Firm’s Work on Airline Restructuring Deal.
Miami’s financial sector is bouncing back amid a slowly recovering South Florida Economy, experts say, although for the most part, hiring for jobs at the top is remaining relatively steady.
To sell or not to sell? That is the question on the minds of business owners who didn’t sell their businesses in 2012 and are concerned about the possible impacts of rising taxes and other economic issues this year.
One of the greatest challenges of running family businesses is that they contain, well, family. Based on my experience working with and being a part of family businesses, I’ve learned that success requires everyone to work together harmoniously and as if they are not related.
For an example of how not to run a business, look no further than our U.S. Congress. Simply put, you don’t want to run your company like Congress runs the country.
Despite concerns, things are actually looking pretty good for the middle-market, but there are issues to keep in mind.
South Florida financial planners are doing their best to deal with client demands for protection from so-called “fiscal cliff” issues, but some say options are very limited.
It’s not enough to land any company. You need to search for one that’s right for you, at the right size and price.
James Cassel and Scott Salpeter are two of South Florida’s best-known investment bankers. Their Miami-based Cassel Salpeter & Co. specializes in mid-market firms.