Falcon Capital Partners Announce the Launch of their Corporate Divestiture Practice

WAYNE, PENNSYLVANIA – November 28, 2017: Falcon Capital Partners, LLC, a leading middle-market investment bank, announced the launch of their Corporate Divestiture Practice focused on the middle and lower-middle markets. Falcon has built a national reputation in helping Healthcare and Technology companies successfully complete divestitures of non-core business units or products, and over the last several years has advised numerous companies representing over $300 million in aggregate value through non-core divestiture transactions.

Founder and Managing Director Ted Stack commented, “Corporate divestitures have always been a part of the focus at Falcon Capital Partners. There are many difficult issues to deal with in successfully extracting a business from a parent company. We have built a team of highly trained professionals that are experts in dealing with the intricacies of successful corporate divestitures. We are continuing our campaign to educate the marketplace about our expertise and core competency in Healthcare and Technology company divestitures, with a particular focus on the more difficult to transact lower-middle market sector.”

As an extension of the Corporate Divestiture Practice, Falcon will also begin a more active focus on working with Private Equity firms on the sale of long tenured portfolio companies. Managing Director Ted Stack commented, “There is a growing market in assisting PE firms with extracting value from their portfolios. Traditionally, investment banks have been laser focused on transacting the high-return and high-growth investments. We believe there is an untapped market in assisting PE firms with realizing value from their other portfolio companies as well.”

The Falcon Corporate Divestiture team will be led by Managing Directors Ted Stack and Mark Gaeto. For more information please contact Ted at tstack@falconllc.com, 610-989-8901 or Mark at mgaeto@falconllc.com, 610-989-8903 (www.falconllc.com).