“Bob has over fifteen years of professional M&A experience and brings the detail orientation, knowledge, and energy required from an investment banker” stated Chuck Washbush. “Bob is also a Certified Business Intermediary and holds his Series 24, Series 7, Series 79, and Series 63 securities licenses.
Mr. St. Germain began his career in the U.S Army. Commissioned upon graduation from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point as an Infantry officer before transferring to Special Forces, he served as a paratrooper in command and staff positions within the 82nd Airborne Division, VII Corps, and 11th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in both the U.S. and Europe.
After earning his MBA from Harvard University, Bob entered the corporate sector and, over a two decades plus career, developed a broad business background via roles in Finance, Marketing, Sales, Engineering, and Strategic Planning at Polaroid, Grumman, Northrop Grumman, Holophane, and NSI, Inc. During his career, Bob has been responsible for business development in Europe, Latin America, and Japan.
“My time spent with CFA,” stated Mr. St. Germain, “has convinced me that our investment banking model and clear competitive edge are ideal from a client’s perspective.”
About Corporate Finance Associates
Corporate Finance Associates is a major investment banking services firm with twenty offices in North America, three in India and 14 partner offices in Europe and Latin America providing middle-market companies with a wide range of financial advisory services and access to capital resources. From project inception to completion, a Principal guides clients through every challenge, advocates on their behalf, and leverages CFA’s experience and extensive resources. More information is available via the internet at http://www.cfaw.com.
Corporate Finance Associates
Charles E. Washbush
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Corporate Finance Associates (CFA) is one of North America's oldest and most prominent investment banking firms serving middle-market companies, recording thousands of successful transactions in 50 plus years of service.