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Social impact investment banking? 

Hmmm...

It sounds a little trendy, doesn't it? Maybe even a bit made up.

But, we see it happening every day.



Read Ben's perspective on what it means to make a social impact as an investment banker, discover how he reframes the concept of "social impact" and learn from a few real-life deal examples here.

Increasing Intelligence: Informative Industry Insights and Intel
 
"The USA has the most mature and well established Family Office market and still leads in the world’s largest concentration of billionaires."
Agreus' 2018 USA Family Office Compensation Benchmark

The Caroline Panthers are up for sale. What should potential buyers consider? 
How to Bid for the NFL's Biggest Prize from The New York Times

"US Private Equity deal activity in 2017 wasn't far off the high of 2016, as dealmakers put $538.2 billion to work across 4,053 transactions."
Pitchbook's 
US Private Equity Data in 12 Charts
They're searching!
Even though one of us has crutches, another is recovering from the flu, school was off four days in a row this week and the kids are going stir crazy, we're not letting February get us down!

Our active buyers are keeping us moving and shaking.

We're currently working with two family office buyers, two strategic buyers, and an individual executive buyer. 

Their mandates include acquisition targets across the country with
< $5M in EBITDA  in the following industries: 
- Natural personal care and beauty products
- Chemical manufacturing
- Food packaging
- Call center services

We'd love to hear about your deal (or your client's deal) and talk about how it might fit our buyers' mandates. 

Call us at 913-713-4156. 

Rest assured, all conversations are confidential. 
Dealmaking Resources
The DVS Group

(913) 713-4156

www.thedvsgroup.com
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