Investment Banking

Middle-market financial management

Burton Mills's investment banking practice is primarily focused on the middle-market. Our capabilities extend to the management of equity public offerings, capital allocation of private market debt and equity, and through the sequence of merger and acquisition transactions.

 

Global resources

Our investment banking practice is centralized at the Burton Mills head office in Taipei, Taiwan, but we utilize a global network of industry-focused affiliates with capital sponsor coverage.

Our centralized specialist teams consult in a strategic advisory capacity as they deliver the level of targeted insight and practical management expertise demanded by the sensitive nature often associated corporate transactions.

 

Financial advisory and capital allocation expertise

We continue to leverage our financial advisory and capital allocation experience to structure complex public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, and to augment private equity profiles.

We have provided family owned businesses, private equity groups, exceptional entrepreneurs and mid-cap corporations with investment banking services tailored to achieve successful outcomes.

 Transaction management

Institutional transaction management providing corporations with a comprehensive range of solutions to help mitigate capital risk and overcome barriers to success.

Transaction management 

 Equity capital

Raising private capital to fund the growth stages of business, to facilitate strategic M&A activities and to prepare businesses for initial public offerings.

Equity capital placements 

Institutional Asset Management

Institutional asset management services are designed to accommodate sector-specific needs as businesses and corporations seek to strengthen existing competencies through the efficient management of their financial demands.

Identifying your investment challenges and overcoming market complexities to meet your day-to-day requirements whilst maintaining focus on the realization of longer-term financial commitments.