TM Capital Named as Finalist in Nine Categories for the Annual ACG NY Champion’s AwardsMay 2012 | News & Press
New York, May 17, 2012 – ACG® New York and The M&A Advisor are pleased to announce 220 finalist companies, transactions and dealmakers for their annual tribute to the outstanding achievements in the middle market M&A industry in the greater New York market. The winners will be announced at the ACG New York Champion’s Awards Gala on the evening of Tuesday, June 12 at Sotheby’s New York. In addition to recognizing the winners, the event on June 12 will also honor Burt Alimansky, Chairman of Capital Roundtable, as the recipient of the Peter Hilton Founder’s Award.
“ACG New York is excited to host our second annual celebration of leading middle-market dealmakers and deals in the New York region and to honor our friend and colleague Burt Alimansky, Chairman of Capital Roundtable for his contributions to ACG New York and to the middle-market private equity community at large,” stated Stephen Prostor, President of ACG New York.
“We are very impressed with all of the submissions for the 2nd Annual ACG New York Champion’s Awards and congratulate those who have achieved finalist status. And we are honored to be collaborating again with the ACG New York chapter in celebration of the best deals and dealmakers in the New York region,” said Roger Aguinaldo, CEO and Founder of The M&A Advisor.
Firms with offices in New York, individuals who are active in New York and transactions conducted between April 1, 2011 and March 30, 2012 with a transaction value over $5 million were eligible for the 2012 Awards. This year’s finalists, selected from the submitted nominations by an independent panel of industry experts represent a number of leading firms, including: Audax Group; Bertram Capital; BMO; Greenberg, LLP; Houlihan Lokey; Jefferies; McGladrey; and WL Ross & Co. The finalists also include some of the most significant transactions of the year including: Acquisition of Ranger International Services Group, Inc. by Berger Group of Companies; Reprivatization of Bank of Ireland; and Sale of Power Distribution, Inc. by Bertram Capital to Smiths Group plc.