Anthony Marsala, Madison Street Capital’s chief operating officer stands out as one of the country’s 40 Under Forty decision makers.
The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) and the Consultants’ Training Institute (CTI) acknowledged forty business executives who made remarkable progress in areas such as business assessment, economic forensics, legal action advising and associated lines of work.
The NACVA and CTI selected the recipients from more than 125 nominees based on their achievements and expertise. The 40 Under Forty Program was created to recognize the business individualists for their offerings to the industry as well as to the public.
According to the NACVA and CTI judges, they were astonished with the candidates attributes and excellence which created a decision challenging process.
Marsala is a co-founder and the chief operating officer of Madison Street Capital. He focuses on leading and managing the company’s worldwide existence in Europe, Africa and Asia while also supervising Madison’s Street Capital’s commercial investment and merger and acquisition trade.
Since the early 2000’s Marsala has shown more than an interest in medium-size companies and early on business enterprises with particular attention to the energy sector, mechanical and industrial arts, farming and cultivation, industrialization and bio-technology among other areas.
What’s more Marsala was named a winner of The M&A Advisor’s 7th Annual Emerging Leaders Award as well as a collaborator in the Crain’s Leadership Academy Program for 2016.
Marsala graduated from Loyola University of Chicago and also attended the University of Oxford.
Madison Street Capital is a global investment banking company which provides corporate financial advisory services to both privately held and publicly held firms.
According to the firm, what sets it apart from others is how the patrons aims and ideas become Madison Street Capital’s goals and intentions as well.
With its head office in Chicago, the firm has offices in North America, Asia and Africa. The company also partners with mid-size firms in specialized industry markets.
What’s more the firm continues its philanthropic assistance as a proud supporter through associations such as the United Way to make a difference in the worldwide population.