Capstone Partners

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Capstone Partners, LLC is an independent middle market investment bank, formerly the Boston branch for Arthur Andersen Corporate Finance's M&A group, at that time a wholly owned subsidiary of Arthur Andersen.[1][2][3] The practice was founded in 1996, with John Ferrara as Andersen's Director for the Boston branch. Following the Enron Scandal of 2001, Capstone Partners spun a core practice out of Andersen and was legally incorporated by the firm's current President John Ferrara in Spring 2002. Capstone Partners, LLC focuses in M&A and capital markets advisory in the New England region.

Over the past five years, Capstone has ranked in the Top 20 nationally, and Top 3 regionally, among the “Most Active Investment Banking Firms.”

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  1. ^ Mason, Edward (November 14, 2003). "Capstone stands alone after Andersen's demise M&A shop closes four deals and has up to six others near completion". Boston Business Journal. Retrieved 21 January 2010. 
  2. ^ "Capstone Partners Launches Today.". Mergers & Acquisitions Report. November 3, 2003. Retrieved 21 January 2010. 
  3. ^ Pratt, Mary K. (January 14, 2005). "Boutiques expect to hold their own in busy sector". Boston Business Journal. Retrieved 21 January 2010. 

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