Madison Streets Capital Cofounder Recognized for his proficiency in Business

Anthony Marsala is the of cofounder Madison Streets Capital, LLC and currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the company. Marsala is instrumental in managing and leading the company in Europe, Africa and Asia. Marsala also superintends the firm’s analytical team which role is to perform all business valuation work of the firm, corporate financial and M&A clients.


Anthony Marsala was just recently recognized by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) in their 40 under forty recognition program. NACVA recognizes those under forty that have made astonishing advances in financial forensics, business valuation, expert witness testimony, litigation consulting and mergers and acquisitions and related professions. The honors were selected by the Executive staff of NAVCA and CTI.


Both NAVCA and CTI were created on the basis of excellence, superior quality and the vision of young leaders in all spectrum of accounting and financial consulting professions. The recognition does give a voice to the young and upcoming generation of experts and also recognizes their contribution to the profession and their community.


The 40 honorees are selected from a pool of over 125 nominees. The NAVCA and CTI Executive Staff are the ones that chose the nominees that have made an impact in certain fields. They then feature the raising stars in different press releases.


Anthony Marsala expertise is in business valuation, M&A, and corporate finance. He has reviewed a huge number of valuations and transactional engagements over a period of 13 years. All this has been in different industry sectors and company sizes. Specifically, he has focused on early stage ventures and middle market companies. Mr. Marsala engagements have been in the energy sector, medical devices, technology, food and agriculture, manufacturing, wholesale and distribution, staffing, biotech and pharmaceutical and much more.


Marsala attended the Loyola University of Chicago and where he studied Finance and Information Systems. He also has a Master’s Diploma in Strategy from Said Business School. Mr. Marsala is a member of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) and the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA).


Madison Street Capital standard as an international investment banking firm are of high integrity. They are committed to providing top corporate financial advisory services, financial opinion, mergers and acquisition expertise and valuation services of both public and private held companies. The company operates and has offices in North America, Asia and Africa.


Madison Street Capital analyses each of their clients uniquely give them the best match between buyers and sellers, create capitalization structures and arrange appropriate financing to optimize the client’s potential.

Impact of Martin Lustgarten on Investment Banking

Throughout his 20 year investment banking career, Martin Lustgarten has learned to predict many things. He can usually tell how the market is going to react to political crisis or stability, the rising and falling of commodity prices and how investors are generally felling about the state of the world.

Martin has developed many contacts that openly share their views with him allowing him to guide his clients in the right direction. His clients are extremely happy with his work because he so openly shares his knowledge gained while operating banks throughout the United States.

One thing that Martin Lustgarten ( cannot predict is when a natural disaster is going to change market conditions. Yet, Martin is the first to state that these events have a large impact on the market. For example, when the twin earthquakes hit Japan on April 16,2016, one of the hardest hit areas was Mashiki, Kumamoto, Japan, one of the largest manufacturing cities in the country. Immediately impacted was the Toyota motorcycle factory that tumbled to the ground. Also, Sony Corporation had to close its nearby sensor and device plant. Nissan temporarily had to shutter its two plants before being able to reopen them after an inspection. One of the hardest hit areas of Japan is the area surrounding Mount Aso that produces most of the milk in the country.

The earthquake that hit Ecuador may have a much larger impact on this emerging market that was already plagued by falling oil prices. The country that relies on exports for 25 percent of its gross domestic product says these exports could be greatly hurt by roads and ports destroyed during the earthquakes.

When a natural disaster strikes an area, one of the first things that a government can do to ensure investments is to repair its infrastructure. Not only does this speed up the movement of needed building supplies but it insures investors that the country has the resources needed for reconstruction. Secondly, governments should help support damaged firms by making investment capital readily available. Research by the World Bank Group and the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) shows that the impact on the gross domestic product in emerging markets can be 20 times higher than those in well established markets.