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Wilbert Plastics - Case Study
Wilbert, Inc. (“Wilbert” or the “Company”), a privately-held company based in Belmont, North Carolina, is a leading injection molded plastics.
The State of M&A in Kansas City – 2020
M&A Update – United States
M&A Update – Agribusiness
M&A Update – Construction
M&A Update – Animal Health
M&A Update – Energy & Power
M&A Update – Business Services
M&A Update – Food & Beverage
M&A Update – Manufacturing & Distribution
M&A Update – Media & Advertising
M&A Update – Transportation & Logistics
M&A Update – Healthcare
OneSource Communications – Case Study
Instrument Development Corporation - Case Study
Instrument Development Corporation / BERKS Group
M&A Update – Construction & Engineering
MAER - Case Study
Garden Weasel - Case Study
Star Seed - Case Study
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The State of M&A in Kansas City – 2019
The State of M&A in Kansas City- 2018
2018 was a record year for M&A in Kansas City and for CCCA as the firm advised on 10 completed transactions involving high-quality companies in diverse industries.
M&A Newsletter - Third Quarter 2017
The lower middle market continues to remain one of the most sought-after asset classes, and seasoned private equity professionals are opening up shop in this space.
M&A Newsletter - Second Quarter 2017
The first six months of 2017 proved the middle market’s most productive first half in 10 years.
M&A Newsletter - First Quarter 2017
Global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) had a mixed first quarter with a slide in the number of deals announced but a rise in the overall value of deal making activity.
The State of M&A in Kansas City- 2016
THIS PAST YEAR GAVE US AN HISTORIC ELECTION and extraordinary rejection. Donald J. Trump proved all the naysayers wrong when he stunningly won the election as the 45th President of the United States.
M&A Newsletter - Third Quarter 2016
In the first nine months of 2016, global merger and acquisition (M&A) volumes slipped 22% on-year to $2.55 trillion, from $3.27 trillion in the same period last year.