MHT Partners Announces Initiative to Provide Social Impact M&A Advisory Services

15th July 2020

MHT Partners, LP (“MHT Partners”) is excited to announce the launch of a focused initiative to advise social impact, environmental, social, and governance (“ESG”), and double bottom-line companies and investors as part of a Social Impact M&A Advisory program.

MHT Partners is a national investment bank that advises innovative, niche market leaders in the middle market.

Patrick Crocker, Co-Founder and Managing Director, MHT Partners, states, “MHT Partners has a long track record of advising high-performing companies in the consumer, healthcare, technology, and education segments that value social or ESG, as well as financial outcomes. The launch of our Social Impact M&A Advisory initiative formalizes that experience in a way that will better serve many of our clients and the market more broadly. Given our deep experience with social impact and ESG, this is a very natural next step for us.”

Alex Sauter, Principal, MHT Partners, adds, “In recent years we have observed a number of funds emerge to invest specifically in ESG-focused companies. At the same time, we’ve seen entrepreneurs start more companies to optimize both financial and non-financial outcomes. Most recently, COVID-19 has underscored the importance of doing well by doing good. MHT Partners is excited to work with our clients to provide advisory services that elevate the social or environmental impact of their businesses, while also maximizing transaction terms.”

Source article https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/mht-partners-announces-initiative-to-provide-social-impact-m-a-advisory-services-1029360708#

For further information please contact our member firm MHT at asauter@mhtpartners.com


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