Caddo Lake Capital Launches M&A Advisory in Las Colinas
National Award-winning M&A Advisors forge new deal-making firm
Las Colinas, TX - Caddo Lake Capital, a M&A advisory firm, launched January 1, 2017.
Caddo Lake Capital (CLC) specializes in business development, deal sourcing, and managing transactions for private equity groups, family offices, and other investors in the middle market. CLC advisors assist clients by identifying platform acquisitions, strategic add-ons to existing platform companies, financial vettings & analysis, and being a seller liaison. Each member of the CLC team has a stet background in the private sector and has extensive experience in both the sell and buy-side of transactions.
Caddo Lake Capital is founded by Brent Earles and Fred McCallister, who have over 40 years of combined experience in strategic leadership, and mergers and acquisitions. They have both led as executives in start-ups, middle-market, and large corporations.
"For several years we have worked with business owners, investors and acquirers across a wide array of markets and business sectors," said Fred McCallister, one of the partners and founders of Caddo Lake Capital. "Operating inside a core principle that all business is personal, we strive to create outstanding M&A opportunities for our clients, with the ultimate goal of remarkable service."
Earles, also a partner and founder of CLC, said, “The most rewarding aspect of working in our business, is having the priviledge of creating life-changing opportunities for private business owners and shareholders while also supporting the strategic investment strategies of thoughful investors who genuinely care about the entreprenuer they support.”
CLC is focused on developing and maintaining a handful of trusted investor relationships. The firm is very active in the capital markets and is engaged in searches for both platforms and add-ons in a variety of industries.
"Caddo Lake Capital specializes in business development, deal sourcing, and managing transactions for private equity groups, family offices, and other investors in the middle market."