KPMG Corporate Finance acquires St. Charles Capital

KPMG

KPMG LLP’s wholly owned subsidiary, KPMG Corporate Finance LLC (KPMG CF) has acquired substantially all of the assets of St. Charles Capital, a boutique investment bank that provides M&A and capital advisory services for mid-market companies nationwide. The transaction enhances KPMG CF’s position as a mid-market investment bank and M&A advisor for companies in the technology, telecommunications, financial services, energy, and diversified industrials sectors.

Founded in 2005 with headquarters in Denver, St. Charles Capital’s investment bankers specialize in M&A, sellside, buyside and capital advisory services. St. Charles Capital’s bankers have assisted organizations with the completion of more than 200 M&A transactions valued in excess of $7.1 billion in total and raised nearly $1.4 billion in private capital.

“We are excited to have St. Charles Capital’s highly respected senior industry bankers join the KPMG CF practice. Their outstanding industry experience in technology, financial services and energy sectors enhances our ability to serve key market segments,” said Phil Isom, Head of KPMG Corporate Finance LLC.

Financial terms of the agreement will not be disclosed.

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