Madison Street Capital: A Company Recognized for their Services

Madison Street Capital became well-known across the United States because of their services targeting the middle market. The investment and financial firm have been helping a lot of middle market business people who do not have any means of getting additional financing. Madison Street Capital is also known for being the leader in merger and acquisition services, and recently, they have also focused on providing advisory services for companies who are trying to work with them. The Madison Street Capital reputation is mostly positive, coming from the business people who have worked with them in the past. They are saying that the firm knows how to handle their client’s issues well, and they are providing a concrete solution for everything.

 

 

Recently, the investment and financial firm were recognized by the M&A Advisor due to their competitive performance in the field of business and finance. They were given the Debt Financing Deal of the Year back in November 2017, and the M&A Advisor said that the influence of Madison Street Capital in the world of business is undeniable, and they deserve the award because of their assistance to hundreds of business owners across the United States. There are more than 600 companies who were prospective recipients of the award, but the Debt Financing Deal of the Year was ultimately given to Madison Street Capital.

 

 

The M&A Advisor started giving out awards back in 2002, and they said that the award-giving body is recognizing only the best companies. They are happy to inform that Madison Street Capital is one of the most competitive companies in the field of business and finance, and they have noticed that the company is eager to help the business people who are struggling with their finances. On the other hand, Madison Street Capital could not hide their gratitude for the award that was given to them. They said that they are flattered with the recognition provided to them, and it will make them more competitive in providing services to the business people who wanted their companies to thrive.

 

 

Today, Madison Street Capital is serious in expanding overseas. They have established satellite offices in major cities across the world, and the management stated that more business people could now avail of their services since they started propagating abroad. The company has a vision of helping all of the business people around the world who are having issues with their finances.

 

 

Visit http://madisonstreetcapital.org/ to learn more.

Juan “OG” Perez Spends a Huge Sum of Money on Birthday

According to an article by The Bro Talk, Juan “OG” Perez and rapper Jay Z had a fun night out to dinner to celebrate Perez’s birthday. Jay Z reportedly shelled out around “$113,000” for the close friend. The two are also business partners. The dinner costed around $13,000 along with another 9G for drinks and 91G tab for the club to celebrate his 50th birthday. The two, along with Roc nation executives spent the night in Midtown dining at an excellent Japanese restaurant. Lobster, steak, and sushi were served which accumulated to the price of 13 grand.

After that, the group went to a restaurant and nightclub attraction located in Inwood. The 9 grand bill for drinks was spent there with Jay Z ordering a special Cognac. The night ended with a 91 grand bill at the Playroom Nightclub as they ordered many bottles of champagne. The group reportedly split after having drinks but the Roc Nation executives continued to party well into the morning with champagne and rose. The celebration then went onto Snapchat with the huge bill at a whopping 74,000 dollars, along with the tax and a tip making the total 91 grand.

There is still some confusion as to why the group ordered so many bottles of champagne between 6 people only. Other bottles could have been handed out to others and that could be why they ordered that many. The irony in all this is the fact of Jay Z and the group enjoying champagne that the rapper owns himself to make him money and the viral videos on the party has created free promotion of Jay Z’s products to make him even more money in the long run. Jay Z and Juan “OG” Perez have a unique bond and lived the night out in style.

Tim Duncan:Houston’s Local Oil Wildcatter

Tim Duncan, Founder, and CEO of Talos Energy, has been referred to as a Deepwater Wildcatter. During one of the most critical moments in Houston’s History, Tim Duncan found himself having to evacuate his family to safety. The flood waters from Hurricane Harvey caught everyone off guard. Tim, arranged for a private flight to Alabama, where his family would be safe. Tim then returned to Houston to continue working and made arrangements to stay with his parents.

Duncan was in the middle of negotiations with Stone Energy, and could not put 4 months of hard work and $2.5 billion dollar merger on hold. When the Hurricane hit he was securing financing with bondholders Franklin Templeton Investments and Mackay Shields about restructuring over $800 million of combined debt. The merger will position Talos Energy to go public and the company will benefit from the offshore equipment and leases. When the merger is complete Talos will have acquired $2.3 billion in assets and $700 million in debt also positioning it to go public.

As wildcat bets go, drillers prefer the Permian Basin; where profits are assured for a short time, usually 2-3 years. Tim Ducan’s strategy is to take old wells and drill a little deeper; where the risk is greater and profits last decades. Talos energy will be able to produce 48,000 barrels per day after the merger. It plans on doing a lot more than that.

The Gulf Coast is one of the largest oil produces in the nation, more waters have been opened to leases. The political changes in Mexico and deregulation, have made exploration available to foreign companies. Talos struck gold in Mexico, the Zuma Field is one of the mega oil strikes in decades. “Grabbing that opportunity was 100% Tim Duncan,” says, John Bookout, who assesses energy plays at Apollo Management.