Middle-market owners, investors, private equity firms, and corporations rely on our buy-side, sell-side, and corporate finance solutions to execute critical business transactions.

Our Baker Tilly Capital team, led by investment bankers and corporate finance specialists, has tactical experience creating acquisition strategies, identifying cost-effective financing alternatives, developing operational improvements, and harvesting invested capital through our sell-side services. Our goal is to form a critical and objective view of the company and take the necessary steps to maximize value.

With additional insight from wealth management, estate planning, and industry tax specialists, we can help you identify and prepare for a transaction; negotiate, structure, and close the deal; and plan beyond the event with straightforward advice. Baker Tilly Capital professionals have completed hundreds of middle market transactions for public and private companies in the manufacturing and distribution, food and beverage, healthcare, energy, and dealership industries throughout the United States and internationally. We seek to build client relationships based on honest and independent advice. 

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Sell-side advisory to a toy manufacturer and distributor

Sell-side advisory to a toy manufacturer and distributor

The owners of Patch Products, a leading international toy company, were looking to sell their business as they transitioned into retirement. Members of our specialized team provided valuable analysis and reporting as it pertained to the value of their business.

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Office product company acquired by private equity

Office product company acquired by private equity

Innovative Office Products desired to sell their business for an optimal amount to a partner that would continue to advance their business. Baker Tilly Capital provided valuable analysis throughout the process.

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Our Take

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“We’re seeing the M&A climate improving for middle market companies due to strengthening economic data, historically low interest rates, and a robust amount of capital looking for opportunities to be put to work.”

— Kevin J. Rudd Partner, CFA