|The Chicago Corporation|
|Key People||John A. Wing Chairman Emeritus|
The Chicago Corporation provides traditional corporate finance services including merger and acquisition, capital raising, and other financial advice to the owners and directors of middle-market public and private companies.
The Chicago Corporation was originally founded as a regional investment banking firm in 1965 by five investment banking professionals. After growing to more than 1,500 employees, the company was sold in 1997. In April of 2010, the firm was re-established by several former members of The Chicago Corporation, along with a team of investment bankers from other firms and seasoned executives from a variety of industries.
Products and Services
Services include both domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, mezzanine and bank financing, private placements of equity and senior debt, valuations and fairness opinions, financial restructuring, intellectual property strategy and corporate structuring.
The firm also offers a Wealth Transition Advisory service which facilitates an owner’s ability to build a business to a valuation congruent with longer term family goals and objectives often without the need for an interim transaction.
- Managing Director, Philip Clarke III
- Managing Director, Stanley Cutter
- Managing Director, Thomas Denison
- Managing Director, Frederic Floberg
- Managing Director, W. Robert Gold
- Managing Director, Kris A. Grosshans
- Managing Director, Rick Heyke
- Managing Director, William Lear
- Managing Director, Seth Rachlin
- Managing Director, Diane Selph
- Managing Director, Michael Zook
- Chicago Corporation Home Page. Chicago Corporation.
- The Chicago Corporation Reestablished to Meet Corporate Finance Needs of Middle-Market Companies. PR Newswire.