Hilco Global formed Hilco Corporate Finance to provide professional, strategic and financial advisory services associated with selling a business or exiting a portfolio company, divesting a subsidiary or division or completing a merger or acquisition transaction.
Jason R. Frank will manage Hilco Corporate Finance as its CEO. Frank joined Hilco in 2007. A specialist in investment banking, strategy and corporate finance with corporate mergers and acquisitions experience, Frank has expertise in assessing going concern enterprise and intellectual property values. He has assisted hundreds of companies in finding equity and debt financing for growth, leveraged buyouts and various other refinance purposes.
“This is an important strategic decision for Hilco Global to expand our advisory capabilities and offer investment banking services to our customers. This is a natural extension of our existing financial services platform,” said Jeffrey B. Hecktman, chairman and CEO of Hilco Global.
Hilco Corporate Finance will focus on small and middle-market companies headquartered in North America, as well as larger companies wishing to acquire, merge or divest divisions. Hilco Corporate Finance prefers transactions ranging from $20 million to $250 million, but will consider transactions outside of this range. The company is industry agnostic, but has significant experience in retail, consumer products, manufacturing, healthcare, business and professional services, financial services, automotive, energy and technology.