Investment Bank Releases Lehman Formula Investment Banking Fee Structure

Deal Capital releases information on Lehman Formula for Investment Banking Fees in Middle Market Mergers and Acquisitions
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Feb. 21, 2013 - PRLog -- Deal Capital, a nationwide conglomerate of boutique investment banks, announces the showcase of a investment banking fee structures on its website ( The company hopes the site’s new content will help clarify the fees associated with selling companies and raising money for buy-side investment banking and capital investment opportunities. Because the nature of the investment banking community does not lend itself to being forthcoming about the fees associated with retaining the services of an investment bank, Deal Capital thought it wise to showcase the fees directly on the company website.

As part of the plan to be more transparent with fees charged to clients, Deal Capital hopes the latest Lehman Formulas posted via the company blog will help potential clients in their quest to find expert investment banking help and advice. “We’ve found that in most instances, clients are unfamiliar with the fee structure of most investment banks,” says Troy Jenkins of Deal Capital. “They don’t understand the difference and similarities between certain upfront fees, retainer fees, success fees and even minimum fees for specific transactions. Our latest release of standard Lehman Formula M&A and investment banking fees should be helpful to potential clients seeking to sell their business.”

As an investment bank in the middle market, Deal Capital will be using and tweaking the Lehman Formula to meet the needs of various clients in different sectors. “Because each industry behaves so differently, it doesn’t make sense to utilize a one-size-fits-all approach for charging fees to clients,” says Jenkins. “We like to work directly with clients on what they may need and tweak the Lehman Formula fee structure up and down depending on the needs of a particular client.” Because the company and its partners has been in the business of buying and selling mid-market-cap businesses for over 25 years, they have the experience to help divest nearly any industry-specific company.

About Deal Capital

As a premiere merger and acquisition advisory firm, Deal Capital works with business owners in the middle market. That is, the company’s clients own businesses doing from $5 million to $200 million in revenue on an annual basis. The company’s customers range from businesses creating tools in the manufacturing sector to software and technology companies looking to sell their hosting and SaaS-based businesses. The company has offices across the country. For more information, please visit:
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