Livingstone Named 2018 Outstanding M&A Firm and Joseph Greenwood Named Outstanding Investment Banker

  • Stephen Miles
  • Aug 2018
  • Special Situations
  • Debt Advisory
  • M&A: Buy-Side

Livingstone, a leading global middle-market M&A and debt advisory firm, is pleased to announce the firm and partner Joseph Greenwood have been recognized in the latest special report on Outstanding Investment Banking Firms of 2018 by Turnarounds & Workouts, a leading bankruptcy, restructuring and distressed investing publication.

The publication recognizes firms and respective bankers who have demonstrated outstanding achievements for their restructuring transactions. Livingstone and Mr. Greenwood were honored for their involvement on the following deals:

  • Advising on the sale of Lectrus Corporation to AZZ Incorporated
  • Advising on six separate transactions related to the monetization of the assets of Quadrant 4 System Corporation
  • Advising on the sale of Maurice Sporting Goods’ to Middleton Partners
  • Advising on the acquisition of Green Flash Brewing by Muirlands Capital

We’re honored to receive this prestigious recognition from our peers in the distressed industry,” said Mr. Greenwood.” The results we have achieved over the past year demonstrate Livingstone’s expertise in devising tactful solutions for our clients facing difficult circumstances.”

The list of honorees was selected by reporters and editors based on their reporting and monitoring of all active cases within the prior year. This year marks the first year that Turnarounds & Workouts has named Livingstone and Mr. Greenwood to the list of Outstanding Investment Bankers.

Livingstone continues to exert itself as a leader in sophisticated restructuring transactions,” said Steve Miles, Partner at Livingstone. “Joe and his team are exceptional leaders, and this award only augments their many successes.

The complete Turnarounds & Workouts’ list can be found in the July issue available here.


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