Wolfe Capital Markets and Advisory engages in equity and debt underwriting transactions and provides clients with a wide range of corporate advisory services. Every engagement benefits from senior level attention, high quality transaction execution and a commitment to the long term interests of our clients.
Underwriting – Wolfe Capital Markets and Advisory serves as a value-added, active co–manager on securities offerings including primary equity offerings (IPOs), secondary equity offerings, private placements, investment grade debt and high yield debt. In this capacity, we are often invited into an offering for the industry expertise and sector thought leadership we bring to the underwriting team. For those underwritings in which we choose to participate, our involvement is often predicated upon the extent to which we can play a meaningful role supporting and advancing management’s objectives.
Mergers & Acquisitions – Our banking team has earned a reputation for providing high-quality, innovative merger and acquisition advisory services to public and private clients across a range of industries, with particular focus on the Transportation & Logistics sector. Our services include assisting clients with mergers, acquisitions, targeted buy-side engagements, divestitures, sales, fairness opinions and recapitalizations.
Other Corporate Advisory – In addition to our underwriting and M&A advisory capabilities, our bankers assist corporate clients with a variety of strategic advisory services. These services include transaction preparation, market updates, sector specific analyses, and valuation trends that assist executives in addressing strategic issues facing their business (e.g. positioning a business for continued growth or realizing value that has already been created). We can also serve as a value-added advisor to clients on capital markets transactions, offering unbiased perspectives on upcoming debt and equity issuances.
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Disclosure of Order Routing Information
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s client disclosure rule, SEC Rule 606, requires all broker/dealers that route orders in equity securities to make quarterly reports available that present a general overview of their routing practices. The reports must identify the significant venues to which the client orders were routed for execution during the applicable quarter and disclose the material aspects of the broker/dealer’s relationship with such venues. The most recent such quarterly report for Wolfe Research Securities may be found by accessing the following link: http://vrs.vista-one-solutions.com/reports/1-6/wolf/