In a strictly competitive business atmosphere, finding angel investors for your company project has become quite a hassle. But not for ARES Security Corporation, thanks to the financial expertise of Madison Street Capital, they have managed to raise the funding they need to expand their business scope.
Finding viable liquidity without selling the majority of shares to willing investors is one of the tough business decisions entrepreneurs have to make in the current economic climate. Nevertheless, Madison was able to close in a minority recapitalization deal for ARES Security Corporation, through their new financier, Corbel Structures Equity Partners.
A minority recapitalization deal means ARES Security Corporation will be able to achieve their liquidity goals without giving up majority control of the company when selling their shares. Junior capital is a unique way to achieve liquidity goals but not many companies are aware of this move. ARES Security is a tech company that provides advanced security options to protect critical assets for its clientele. With technology being one of the hotbeds for investor attraction, one can feel the pressure that was on ARES in coming up with a financing solution that won’t take away the majority power from them.
The minority recapitalization agreement was facilitated by Reginald McGaugh, the senior managing director at Madison. ARES are appreciative of Madison’s efforts in finding them a worthy financier for their upcoming investments. The security risk management company is confident that by working closely with Corbel, they are going to creatively structure their investment portfolio that will be implemented this year.
This new structured partnership will bring forth significant value in equity, allowing ARES to maintain their sales momentum while funding the upcoming opportunities for revenue stream.
Madison is a privately owned company based in Chicago, Illinois. The company has successfully conducted business for the past 12 years acting as a capital advisory board for business and wealthy individuals. They provide services such as acquisition services, private equity agreements, business valuation service, investment banking advice, corporate tax planning advice and venture capital services.
One of the services Madison has heavily capitalized on is the provision of hedge fund deals. According to their annual hedge fund publication, the number of hedge fund deals closed by Madison rose from 32 in 2014 to 42 in 2015. Madison was able to close their 2015 financial year on a high note, despite the poor financial performance of most hedge funds in that year.