Madison Street Capital arranges $3.2MM Mondak Deal

On December 11, 2018, the international banking firm, Madison Street Capital arranged a $3.2MM debt facility for the company MonDak Portables, acting as the exclusive advisor for this trade. MonDak is known for delivering, manufacturing and servicing portable toilets and trailers that it sells and rents; It is based in Epping, North Dakota and was founded in 2008. The aforementioned facility was developed by North Avenue Capital. Charles Botchway, Madison Street Capital’s Founder and CEO, announced the transaction and Lester Rodgers, the Senior Managing Director, led the transaction. Rodgers has stated that he has enjoyed his work with Barb, Kathy and Rick while addressing the capital needs for MonDak. He also feels that their leadership team is one of the best and is in a position for solid growth.

 

 

The firm known as Madison Street Capital was founded by Charles Botchway and Anthony Marsala in 2005 and is based in the Chicago Area. It is primarily known for its dedication to excellence, integrity and serve in its delivery of financial advisory to both publicly and privately held corporations. It’s also known for its quick and efficient responses to corporate finance opportunities. Their approach assures that both investors and business owners can benefit from each and every transaction. Their staff is also known for its incredible expertise, knowledge and relationships with their customers. Their methodology is focused on applying that experience to all areas of finance, which include due diligence and market pricing, valuation, mergers and acquisitions, specialized financing, deal structuring and the implementation of exit strategies. During their 14 years of service, they have helped hundreds of industries, clients and more reach their goals in an efficient manner and are known to be a leader of the industry in providing corporate finance and governance. They currently have offices housed in North America, Africa and Asia and wish to help businesses across the globe with any advisory services they may need.

 

 

Madison Street Capital also holds many awards for their services to prove themselves in their field. For 2016, they saw a total of three awards: the Emerging Leaders Award from their 7th annual awards ceremony, the Cross Border Deal of the Year Award and the Industrials Deal of the Year award from the M&A Advisor Awards. In 2017, they won the Restructuring Deal of the Year award from the Turnaround Awards, as well as the International M&A Deal of the Year and the Financing Deal of the Year from the M&A Advisor Awards. In 2018, they received the B2B Deal of the Year from the M&A Advisor Awards for that year. Lastly, in 2019, they received the Distressed M&A Deal of the Year ($25MM to $50MM) award from the Annual Turnaround Awards.

 

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The Difference Between “Trump Bonus Checks” And “Freedom Checks” Explained

Lately, people have been hearing the terms “Freedom Checks” and “Trump Bonus Checks” and most are pretty confused. Are they the same thing or are they different? Are they real or are they another scam? You can now learn about these and how they can fit into financial portfolio.

“Trump Bonus Checks” is something that Mike Burnick let people in on. He states in an ad that veterans of the United States Armed Forces are entitled to these. This is because they supported their nation and are patriots. He has a newsletter that costs $99 a year in which he informs veterans how they can get their checks. The veterans invest in firms that Mike Burnick reveals and they earn dividends from doing so.

Financial analyst Matt Badiali of Banyan Hill Publishing came up with the term “Freedom Checks”. He first let people in on “Freedom Checks” in a YouTube video that went viral. He boiled these down as a way for average people to make big money in a short period of time. As a geologist, he’s an expert in the oil and gas industry. He says that companies in this industry can legally become a Master Limited Partnership (MLP). Once they are an MLP they must send their investors all of their profits on a regular basis. He says that the returns from “Freedom Checks” is unbeatable by any other form of investment. People can see returns up to 8,000% in pretty short order.

People wanting to know if “Freedom Checks” are real just need to read up on them. In 1987 Congress passed Statute 26-F. The goal was to encourage companies to look for oil and gas in the United States so that the nation wouldn’t be so dependent on oil from foreign countries. As long as an American company gets 90% of their profits from resources located in the United States and pay their investors the profits they can set up as an MLP. Matt Badiali has a program in which he teaches people how to invest in these companies and massively profit from doing so.

About Freedom Checks: forexvestor.com/claim-freedom-checks

Acquisition of Fortress Investment Group by SoftBank

SoftBank bought Fortress Investment Group for 3 billion and 300 million US Dollars. The three principals of the fortress were withheld even after the acquisition. These principals include Randal Nardone, Pete Briger and Wes Edens. The acquisition of Fortress Investment Group was meant to expand and increase the potential of SoftBank against 100 billion US Dollar vision plot which is not yet launched as per Masayoshi Son who is the founder of SoftBank. Randal Nardone has great confidence that fortress will grow and develop under the governance of Son and that he will jeep upgrading the prospects of this company all through its operations.

SoftBank is responsible in settlement of all subsidiaries in conjunction with the remaining fortress shares after the closure of the deal. The closing of the agreement was made after fortress shareholders accredited all transactions. This accreditation occurred on 12th July 2017, and the approval of all the regulatory receipts also took place on this particular date. The entire Fortress Investment Group class A shares were converted into a right to obtain 8.08 US Dollars for every share after the acquisition. This was set to happen with all the proceedings from merger being distributed as per the payment procedures for the payments set in the Definitive Proxy of the fortress group in 7th June 2017, and the acquisition agreement was also incorporated.

SoftBank did not manage to retain its hands-off for no good reason. The company was forced to agree on the allowance of Fortress Investment Group in the management of approximately 40 billion US Dollars assets to overcome the regulatory challenges. The fact is that SoftBank encountered tremendous evaluation from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States of America. This committee is set to oversee the international deals and transactions like the ones being thrived by Softbank in the interest of the national security. This acquisition was further held up due to many other operations that SoftBank engaged itself in that particular time inclusive of the acquisition of Boston Dynamics which was under the ownership of Alphabet, the Google’s parent company and the transformer of 25 percent in the Army holding of the United Kingdom into its investment fund known as the Vision Fund.

Fortress Investment is a great firm that has great chances of growing and expanding even further. SoftBank made the best decision by purchasing such a stable and potential organization.

https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/fortress-investment-group