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MCM Makes First Investment In Targeted Thermoplastics Industry

MCM Makes First Investment In Targeted Thermoplastics Industry
CLEVELAND, OHIO – As a result of a dedicated search effort, MCM Capital Partners (“MCM”), has teamed with Mr. Craig Jack, a talented executive, and the incumbent management team led by its principal shareholder, Mr. Randy Gardiner to recapitalize RMB Products (“RMB”), a niche manufacturer of engineered, high performance thermoplastic products and solutions for demanding industrial applications.  Senior financing was… read more →

Happy Holidays from the MCM Capital Dancing Elves

Happy Holidays from the MCM Capital Dancing Elves
[caption id="attachment_992" align="alignnone" width="443" caption="To see these elves in action keep reading!"][/caption] MCM Capital would like to thank each and everyone of you for taking the time to read our blog and post very insightful comments over the last five months. Our blog will be on hold and our posts will continue after the first of the year due to… read more →

Deal Origination And Hollywood Misconceptions

Deal Origination And Hollywood Misconceptions
Many misconceptions about private equity persist. They stem from the industry's nascent years in the 1980s when firms would buy companies using a great deal of leverage, strip their assets, break them apart, add little (or no) value, and make over-sized returns.  Movies such as "Wall Street", "Other People's Money", and even "Pretty Woman" helped perpetuate this notion. One of… read more →

One Word…Plastics

One Word…Plastics
Mr. McGuire: I want to say one word to you. Just one word. Benjamin: Yes, sir. Mr. McGuire: Are you listening? Benjamin: Yes, I am. Mr. McGuire: Plastics. Benjamin: Exactly how do you mean? Mr. McGuire: There is a great future in plastics. Think about it. Will you think about it? The above lines were spoken in the classic coming… read more →

Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, And The State Of Our Economy

Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, And The State Of Our Economy
The Chinese proverb “may you live in interesting times” has been particularly true during the past few years. Harken back to November, 2007 and the DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average) which peaked the prior month began its precipitous 50% decline and by November 2008, the world economy was on the brink of collapse. This November as we prepare for the… read more →
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