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Dinosaur Deal Toys: The Bay Area’s IB “Four Horsemen”

November 14, 2022 by David Parry

This post is one in a series celebrating some of the deals and dealmakers in The Corporate...

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5 Investment Banking Tombstones for 5 Remarkable Deals

October 11, 2022 by David Parry

The phrase "investment banking tombstones" tends to conjure up some immediate associations:...

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Bagel Wars, Broncos, & Ex-M&A Bankers: What’s Become of These Deals 15 Years Later?

February 4, 2016 by David Parry

That place where the Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos play—what’s it called again? Good...

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“New” Dinosaur Deal Toys: Going Back To The 90’s! (Updated)

May 19, 2019 by David Parry

The deal toy above dates back to May, 1998----back to when Smith Barney and Salomon Brothers had...

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More Gambling Tombstones – New & Old

May 9, 2019 by David Parry

Take Shots Embrace the Grind Be a Nice Person Keep Tilt External Be Serious About...

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More “New” Dinosaur Deal Toys: Going Back to The 90’s

March 8, 2021 by David Parry

As part of our celebration of The Corporate Presence's 40th anniversary, we will be publishing...

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Shipping Container-Themed Resin Deal Toy

Resin deal toy commemorating a transaction in the shipping and container industry. Parties participating in the deal were Bank of America, Warburg Pincus, and Vestar Capital Partners (all based in New York, New York).

 

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American Industrial Partners Pewter Financial Tombstone

Pewter financial tombstone commemorating the closing of Fund V by American Industrial Partners, a private equity firm based in New York. MVision, a private equity group also based in New York City, served as global placement agent for the Fund.

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Advantage Sales & Marketing Financial Tombstone

Financial tombstone commemorating the sale of a majority stake in Advantage Sales & Marketing, headquartered in Irvine, California, to Apax Partners (a private equity firm headquartered in London). Advantage was advised in the transaction by Sewaya Segalas, based in New York.

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