Three Marlin & Associates Transactions Named Finalist for ACG New York Champions Awards
New York, New York-- (Jun. 7, 2013) Marlin & Associates, the boutique investment banking and strategic advisory firm, today announced that three transactions on which Marlin recently advised have been named finalists for the 3rd Annual ACG New York Champion’s Awards.The organization’s annual Champion’s Awards recognize the year’s outstanding middle market firms and deals. Marlin was nominated for advising:
- SR Labs (New York, New York) on its sale of a majority interest to Insight Venture Partners (New York, New York);
- Coalition Development Ltd. (London, United Kingdom) on its sale to CRISIL (Mumbai, India), a subsidiary of McGraw-Hill (NYSE:MHP); and
- XSP (Birmingham, Alabama) on its sale to SunGard (Wayne, Pennsylvania).
“We are always pleased when our hard work is recognized but we are more pleased when we are able to help our clients achieve their goals,” said Ken Marlin, Managing Partner of Marlin & Associates.
“ACG New York is thrilled to recognize and celebrate the significant accomplishments our members have made driving the growth of middle market companies over the past year”, said Martin L. Okner, president of ACG New York, Inc., The Rounding Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth.
Marlin & Associates is one of the most active firms advising buyers and sellers of U.S. and international middle-market firms that provide technology, digital information and healthcare-related products, technology and services. The firm is headquartered in New York, NY and has additional offices in San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC; Toronto, Canada; and Hong Kong, China. Marlin has been the recipient of numerous awards, including twice being named "Middle-Market Investment Banking Firm of the Year," as well as the "Middle-Market Financing Agent of the Year -- Equity," and has been recognized for leading multiple "Deals-of-the-Year" Awards. Marlin & Associates' team of professionals has advised over 200 information-technology transactions.