Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers & Acquisitions: Sell-Side Advice and Counseling


Windom Peaks Capital provides advisory services to family-owned, closely held, and emerging growth companies seeking liquidity by sale to a strategic or financial buyer, as well as private equity firms seeking to effect one or more management-led leveraged buyouts. A Windom Peaks professional with significant transactional experience leads every client engagement.

Our merger and acquisition advisory services include:

  • Sell Side
  • Buy Side
  • Divestitures
  • Recapitalizations
  • Management Buyouts

Whether you are selling your company, buying a company, merging with another company, or acquiring or divesting one or more pieces of your business, Windom Peaks has the expertise to tailor and deliver the most appropriate transaction for each situation.

Utilizing our extensive network and proprietary database we prepare a well-researched list of potential targets or buyers that includes strategic buyers and sellers, foreign corporations, and private investment groups. Throughout the process, the merchant banking team’s goals are to:

  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Contact only qualified buyers who have the means to consummate a transaction
  • Shield management from the marketing minutiae, allowing it to focus on operations
  • Manage an efficient timeline, formalizing the buyer pool quickly
  • Create an “auction” environment with several buyers bidding against each other to acquire the company
  • Select the winning bid and negotiate the components of an agreement



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December 2018


Windom Peaks Capital, LLC
A Colorado Limited Liability Company

Denver, Colorado Offices:
5082 E. Hampden Avenue, Ste 210
Denver, CO 80222
(720) 535-5219
Fax: (720) 535-5220

General Information:

As an independent merchant banking firm expert in bringing buyers and sellers together for equity, mezzanine and debt structured investments, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, we turn challenges into opportunities. We serve the seed stage, early stage and middle markets, where companies typically lack adequate professional representation and access to the resources critical to achieving their goals when buying, selling or growing businesses.