Every year since its inception in 1998, M&A Advisor has been recognizing and awarding top performers in management. This year, past winners, hopefuls, and new winners converged during the 7th Annual Emerging Leader’s Awards where Anthony Marsala, co-founder, and COO of Madison Street Capital (MSC) was crowned the winner. In his acceptance speech, he noted the competitive nature of the industry. He was humbled by the recognition and award saying that it was as a result of the excellent team at MSC. He thanked his staff giving him the honor to accept the award on their behalf.

Anthony Marsala has been the COO and principal of MSC, an international investment bank based in Madison Street, for 11 years. He is the co-founding principal and has been responsible for strategic growth of the hedge fund since its inception. Marsala boasts an impressive portfolio behind him and no wonder he was picked. He has 15 years of experience in the investment banking industry. This award was preceded by an honor in 2015 as 40 Under Forty. He is also joining Crain’s Leadership Academy Program for 2016.He represents excellence and quality management strategist that the organizers and judges hope to honor in the event.

MSC was founded in 2005 and specializes in mergers, acquisitions, brokerage, and other financial services. Its range of services includes capital raising, valuation, ownership consolidation and transfers, and M&A transactions. In recent times, MSC has focused on middle-market investment solutions. Its operations, therefore, go beyond Americas and Europe, but also to Middle East, Far East, Africa and other emergent economies.

Marsala’s win comes at a time when M&A Advisor has focused on a truly global endeavor. Initially, the award recognized excellence among players in America. The introduction of Europe and the United Kingdom gives the prize a wider scope. In this extrapolated environment, the competition is stiffer and the winner ought to truly stand out. Marsala is focusing on emerging markets as the core capital which is seen as a wise move because with MSC’s experience; it can help firms in emerging markets grow. In the process, MSC is bound to grow.

According to PR.com, MSC plays a vital role in moderating the capital requirements of hundreds of middle market firms giving them client service approach. The company acknowledges that such firms need a partner ready to grow with them.

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  1. Theriza Williams January 21, 2017 at 1:57 pm

    Marsala’s win is evidence that young and emergent leaders are ready to offer market disruptive solutions in an industry plagued with mistrust and redundancy. The firm has approximately 85 employees and manages an asset portfolio of over $3 Billion. It is a nice way for them to get great essays and to use all that they can properly for that.


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