BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Signal Hill Capital Group (Signal Hill) is pleased to announce that it was named the 2014 Boutique Investment Bank of the Year by the Global M&A Network at the Americas M&A Atlas Awards Gala Ceremony held in New York City on October 30th. Signal Hill was also the proud recipient of two additional awards: the Private Equity Small Middle Market Deal of the Year award for its work as advisor to FireMon in its recent successful transaction with Insight Venture Partners and the Cross-Border Small Market Deal of the Year for its work as advisor to Catapult in its acquisition by ChinaSoft.
Scott A. Wieler, Chairman and Founder of Signal Hill, commented, “We are deeply honored to accept these prestigious awards and especially to have been recognized from among all our peers as the 2014 Boutique Investment Bank of the Year. I am incredibly proud of the passion and tenacity our bankers put forth on behalf of our clients every day and it’s exciting to have our work validated by the Global M&A Network.”
About Signal Hill
Signal Hill is a leading independent advisory boutique serving the M&A and private capital raising needs of growth companies. Signal Hill's experienced bankers provide deep domain expertise and an unyielding commitment to clients in our sectors: Internet & Digital Media, Internet Infrastructure, Services and Software. With more than 600 completed transactions and offices in Baltimore, Bangalore, Boston, Mumbai, Nashville, New York, Reston and San Francisco, Signal Hill leverages deep strategic industry and financial sponsor relationships to help our clients achieve Greater Outcomes®. For more information visit www.signalhill.com.
About the Global M&A Network and M&A Atlas Awards
The Global M&A Network is a diversified information, digital media and educational forum company exclusively serving the mergers, acquisitions, alternative investing, restructuring and turnaround communities worldwide. The Global M&A Network’s M&A Atlas Awards honor the top deals, star dealmakers and firms from these communities.