Scott S Waxler, LockeBridge Managing Partner, Wins “Deal Maker of the Year”

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12/15/2007

Scott Waxler, LockeBridge Managing Partner, Won the “Deal Maker of the Year” at The Investment Banking Industry’s 5th Annual M&A Advisor Awards

Honoring the Best of the Best in the Investment Banking Industry, the Fifth Annual M&A Advisor Awards Dinner was held Monday night at the New York Athletic Club in Midtown Manhattan. The dinner was sold out as more than 350 middle-market mergers and acquisitions and corporate financing professionals gathered at the New York Athletic Club to toast the top deals and dealmakers of the past year. The gala, black-tie dinner was hosted by The M&A Advisor and Becky Quick, co-anchor of CNBC’s morning “Squawk Box” business news show.

LockeBridge Investment Banking was also nominated as a finalists by a prestigious panel of judges in two additional t categories.

WINNER
Deal Maker of the Year
Scott S Waxler, Managing Partner, LockeBridge, LLC

FINALIST
Transaction of the Year
LockeBridge, LLC

FINALIST
Healthcare-Biotech Deal of the Year
LockeBridge, LLC

Judging criteria for The Deal Maker of the Year focuses on:

  1. Importance and contribution of the individual to the transaction and the industry.
  2. Excellence in structuring, financing and negotiations
  3. Creativity and perseverance in overcoming difficulties and/or extraordinary circumstances

Mr. Waxler comments, “I attribute our success to the unique Lockebridge model of offering extremely high level of representation to a client base that would not generally have access to such seasoned advisory services. Additionally LockeBridge will assume the financial risk of bringing the Client to market through our no engagement fee or retainer policy. It’s a business model that is difficult to execute but has proven to be quite successful for us. In fact, I don’t know of any other firm in the country that can offer top tier advisory services while not charging any engagement fees.”

In an email to Mr. Waxler, Mr. Barry Kaplan, Managing Editor and Chair of the Awards Nominations Committee commented, “We want you to know that the competition is intense, and so is the job of selecting finalists and winners. It is heartening and an inspiration to the entire middle market mergers and acquisitions community to see the astonishing variety of creative deal-making, persistence, and professionalism demonstrated by all of the nominations that were submitted. Your dedication and hard work are admired and applauded by your peers – and, most importantly, your clients – and we appreciate the opportunity you’ve given us to share them and shine a well-deserved spotlight on you and your firm.”