Whether assessing strategic options or improving financial management and planning, Chessiecap provides its clients these vital resources on a flexible “as needed” basis. Our professionals are seasoned investment banking and financial executives. We founded the firm with a goal of returning to a “client first” investment banking ethic. Our model concentrates on improving a company’s performance in advance of an expected transaction and then creating deliverables that facilitate high-value.
Latest Corporate Finance Insights
The Real Consequence of a Lower IPO Valuation
With the potentially dramatically lower IPO valuation of WeWork compared to its many prior lofty capital raises, many market commentators have pondered the financial impact to those most recent investors who must be disappointed that their investment is seemingly “underwater.”
Reflecting on My Three Rules of Successful IPOs
A set of rules I wrote in the mid 1980s that I referred to as my Three Rules of Successful IPOs.
Realizing Value in the U.S. International Development Market
Led by the Defense segment, the market of companies that primarily provide services to the federal government is consolidating. This article addresses how to value a company that operates in the International Development/USAID market segment, the state of that market segment, and how to consider realizing value for owners and shareholders through creative transactions.