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Generational Equity Announced as a Finalist for Multiple 2012 M&A Advisors Awards

DALLAS, Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Generational Equity, a leading mergers and acquisitions advisor for privately-held, middle-market businesses, is pleased to announce that it is nominated as a finalist for 17 of the prestigious M&A Advisor's 11th Annual M&A Awards.  

The M&A Advisor's Annual M&A Awards Gala honors those in the M&A field that have set the standard for the industry. Recipients are recognized for their skills in closing deals as well as their dedication to their clients.  Most notably, Generational Equity was named a finalist for Investment Banking Firm of the Year as well as receiving additional nominations in the following categories:

  • Three nominations for M&A Deal of the Year
  • Two nominations for Corporate/Strategic Acquisition of the Year
  • Two nominations for Cross-Border Deals of the Year
  • Healthcare/Life Sciences
  • Industrial Manufacturing/Distribution
  • Professional Services (B-to-B)
  • Two nominations for Technology, Media, Telecom
  • Industrial Goods and Basic Resources
  • Consumer and Retail Products
  • Real Estate

To be recognized, transactions had to close between September 1, 2011 and August 31, 2012 and be over $10 million in transaction value to qualify as a finalist.  An independent group of experts from the M&A industry will now begin the judging to determine the winning recipients of the awards. The award winners will be announced at the 11th Annual M&A Awards Gala and Summit at the New York Athletic Club in New York City on December 11, 2012.

"Being a finalist in so many categories speaks volumes about Generational Equity's skills in closing deals for lower middle-market companies," stated Ryan Binkley, President of the Company.  "We are also thrilled to be nominated as Investment Bank of the Year.  Being acknowledged by our peers is an honor and tells us that our methods and professionalism are clearly recognized."

About Generational Equity
Generational Equity provides mergers, acquisitions, strategic growth advisory services, and information for privately held and family-owned businesses to exit their business successfully. Generational Equity uses a four-phase approach that includes education, financial analysis and reporting, sales documentation and deal-making ability to offer business owners an unparalleled level of commitment and experience, all focused on helping to release the generational equity and wealth in every business.  Generational Equity is headquartered in Dallas, TX, has more than 200 professionals in North America, and in 2011 was recognized by the M&A Advisor as the M&A Consulting/Advisory service firm of the year. For more information visit the following websites at www.genequityco.com, www.gecpress.com or http://blog.genequityco.com/.

About the M&A Advisor

The 11th Annual M&A Advisor Awards and Summit is the original and premiere event bringing together over 400 of the leading M&A dealmakers, deal team members, and key service providers in an exclusive gathering.  Since 1998, The M&A Advisor has been the preeminent organization facilitating connection and recognizing achievement in the top performers of the M&A, turnaround and financing industries through its leading events and awards galas, M&A ALERTS ™ newsletters, M&A LINKS™ social network, M&A MARKET INTEL™ research and publishing service and M&A CONNECTS™ business development services.  For more information, go to their website at http://www.maadvisor.com/.

For more information:
Rebecca Gruman
972-232-1100
[email protected]

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