Core Capital, Onyx Pair Off

Davis, Avram
December 2009
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;12/14/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 50, p9
The article focuses on the strategic agreement of Core Capital Group, a technology-focused investment bank, and Onyx Associates. Under the name Core-Onyx, the firms agreed to share expertise and work jointly on mandates. John L. Graaff, founder and senior partner at Core Capital Group, believes that the move will allow the other company to expand their geographic presence and industry focus. Onyx Associates co-founder and managing director John Simpson added that Core Capital Group's semi-conductors and information technology services will benefit them.


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