Capstone

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Capstone Strategic is the meeting point of passion and process in the field of mergers and acquisitions. Founded in 1995 by CEO David Braun, Capstone meets the unique demands of mid-market companies and their corporate growth initiatives. We help clients achieve their dreams through proactive strategic growth programs and successful acquisitions. Put simply, we help companies grow.

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3 M&A Myths You Need to Stop Believing

Mergers and Acquisitions are a great way to grow your business. Here are 3 myths that you should stop believing as you pursue the right deal for your company.  Myth #1: A deal takes three to six months  Many think that an M&A deal can be easily completed within three to six months. This may be the case […]

Capstone Strategic Announces Move

Capstone Strategic, Inc., a leading advisory firm specializing in not-for-sale, strategic mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for the middle market, announced today that it has moved to a new contemporary and collaborative office space in Tysons Corner, the business hub of Northern Virginia outside of Washington DC. “We are beginning our 25th year of helping clients […]

Webinar: M&A- From LOI to Close

Join us for a webinar on one of the most challenging, yet exciting, parts of any deal: the journey from LOI to Close. This webinar will provide insight to any professional involved in M&A. November 21,2019 – 1.00 PM to 2.00 PM (EST) After completing this webinar, you will be able to: -Explain the structure […]

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Capstone Strategic Promotes Anna Kochkina to Manager

As Manager, Anna Kochkina will now lead more client engagements, leveraging her expertise in valuation and prospect evaluation and prioritization to help clients execute strategic mergers and acquisitions.  Capstone Strategic, Inc., a leading advisory firm specializing in not-for-sale, strategic mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for the middle market, announced today the promotion of Anna Kochkina to […]

Serving “overlooked” populations: An opportunity for credit union growth

It’s not uncommon for credit unions to work with non-traditional industries and financially-vulnerable populations. In fact, offering financial services to unbanked people such as recent immigrants and other disadvantaged groups dates back to the credit unions’ beginnings. The first credit unions were formed in Germany in the 19th century and were based on principals of self-help, equality, social responsibility […]