Madison Street Capital Engages With Napoleon Machines For Credit Facility Advisory

Madison Street Capital (MSC) is a renowned banking firm engaged in international investment. MSC is a private company addressed in Chicago. Their teams are considered to be one of the bests as they hold great level of knowledge and experience. MSC works in the most proficient way as they prioritize their client’s goals like none other. They also have their offices situated in North America, Asia and Africa.

 

 

MSC is highly devoted to providing quality advises to the corporate and financial sectors. The firm is well known for its persistent effort for providing services regarding mergers, financial options, leadership expertise and many more valuation and business services. These services are put forward with the aim of aiding numerous public and private business sectors in the market. Madison Street Capital at all-time puts forward its best practice in providing helpful advisory to all their clients. Considering the client’s objectives and aims as their own, the firm makes sure that the client are left 100% satisfied and gives them helpful knowledge regarding financial matters, capital managements and merger and acquisition transactions.

 

 

MSC has recently played the role of a financial advisor in a certain credit facility procedure for Napoleon Machine. Napoleon Machine is a value-added provider of services in the marketing sector. It is also claimed to be ISO 9001:2008 specialized. It provides a range of services like metal customized fabricating, manufacturing, light assembly, etc. Napoleon produces quality components that are requested to be made as per the specifications of the customers and the parts range from 200 to 60,000 pounds in general. Not just that, Napoleon also holds the power to produce extremely complex products like tools for missile launches and other high quality engineered tools.

 

 

The particular credit facility was proclaimed to generate better company growth. The credit facility of Napoleon Machines that MSC was providing financial advisory for was supplied by the Sterling Commercial Credit. The Sterling Commercial Credit is known financial facility provider which holds expertise in providing commercial lending. The certain matter regarding the transaction with the Napoleon Machines was initially declared by the CEO of Madison Street Capital, Charles Botchway and further led on by Senior Managing Director (M.D), Barry Petersen and V.P of capital markets, Steven Richards.

 

 

Napoleon Machines seemed to be very pleased with the performance of MSC in the matter as the President of Napoleon Machine put forward a word of appreciation. He praised how the team of MSC put forward their dedication and time to listen and understand the requirements of the project. He also added on how MSC was excellent at understanding the capital nature of the industry in which they perform and how he was completely satisfied with the firm’s performance. The article can also be found in PR.com.

 

Who is William Saito?

In 2007 a technology consulting company by the name of Intecur was founded by a Japanese-American businessman. William Saito is the name of Intecur’s founder and he is also responsible for the creation of a business which Microsoft purchased in 2005. William Saito founded Intecur after moving to Japan from his birth-state of California in the United States.

Work History

For the majority of his life, William Saito worked for himself. While he was in junior high school, William Saito began his first company, a company that he continued to build until he was nearly finished with his university studies. After selling the business to Microsoft, he created Intecur and began to work as a venture capitalist for numerous Japanese start-ups. In 2011, Saito began to participate in government service work. Six years later, in 2017, William Saito resigned from his government position for personal reasons.

 

Personal and Business Skills

William Saito began learning how to program commercial software by the age of 10. As he was enrolled in the University of California, Riverside, William Saito incorporated his computer security business as I/O Software. I/O Software produced a variety of technologies while under the ownership of William Saito, but one of their most notable technologies was a fingerprint recognition system which would later be utilized by Sony.

 

William Saito has experience as a venture capitalist and was involved in the funding of multiple Japanese start-ups. Saito not only provided financial backing for the companies that he believed in, but also provided advice and encouragement to promote the growth of these companies. Saito’s venture capitalist skills were supplementary to his technology consulting business, Intecur, which he also began after moving to Japan.

 

William Saito’s governmental work began around the March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. During this time William Saito was appointed to a committee dedicated to investigating the disaster and its causes. Following his work with the National Diet committee, William Saito began to work as a cybersecurity advisor for the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe. His work as a top-advisor for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe then led to a variety of other roles within the government. In 2017, William Saito resigned from several prominent positions.

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