Today, we are excited to release our Q3’14 leaderboards. These standings identify the most active private equity groups, investment banks, lenders, corporations, and family offices on Axial.
Compared to the Q2’14 leaderboards, Forbes Mergers & Acquisition rose four spots to #5 on the Investment Banks list. For the Family Offices list, Dorilton Capital rose several spots, while Tamroc slipped lower down the list.
Do you know anyone that made the list?
Most Active Family Offices
|1||Alex Allgood of Sowell & Co.||TX||83.2|
|2||Sunrise Capital Partners||NY||80.5|
|3||Mallitz Investment Group||FL||77.2|
|4||New Concord Capital||NY||77.0|
View the complete rankings: Family Offices
Most Active Boutique Investment Banks
|1||BCC Capital Partners||CA||90.9|
|2||Capital Alliance Corporation||TX||88.7|
|3||Madison Street Capital||IL||87.8|
|4||Focus Investment Bankers||DC||86.6|
|5||Forbes Mergers & Acquisitions||CO||83.6|
View the complete rankings: Boutique Investment Banks
Most Active Middle Market Private Equity Groups
|3||The Courtney Group||CA||85.8|
|5||Cibolo Capital Partners I||TX||83.8|
View the complete rankings: Middle Market Private Equity Groups
Most Active Middle Market Corporate Acquirers
|1||Armchem International Corporation||FL||76.3|
|3||Nassau Candy Specialty Confections and Fine Foods||NY||72.2|
|4||The Heritage Group||NY||71.9|
View the complete rankings: Middle Market Corporate Acquirers
Most Active Middle Market Lenders
|2||Liquid Capital Partners||TX||83.0|
|4||Enhanced Capital Partners||NY||79.2|
|5||Leeds Novamark Capital||VA||76.4|
View the complete rankings: Middle Market Lenders
*Activity Level: A combination of pursuit activity, number and frequency of unique firms interacted with, and how far the conversations progressed towards a closed deal. The number is then normalized to provide confidential measure of activity relative to the rest of the market.