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FOCUS Investment Banking Arranges Financing for VfD Technologies Acquisition of Isimac Machine Company

Tecum Capital has provided subordinated debt financing to VfD Technologies, Inc. to fund the acquisition of Isimac Machine Company Vienna, VA (November 5, 2020) – FOCUS Investment Banking (“FOCUS”), a national middle market investment banking firm providing merger, acquisition, divestiture and corporate finance services announced today that VfD Technologies, Inc. (“VfD”) has obtained subordinated debt financing from Tecum Capital to fund its acquisition of Isimac Machine Company, Inc. (“Isimac”). The FOCUS’ Advanced Manufacturing & Automation Team represented VfD in the transaction.

FOCUS Investment Banking Represents VfD Technologies in its Purchase of Isimac Machine Company

VfD Technologies has acquired Isimac Machine Company Vienna, VA (October 29, 2020) – FOCUS Investment Banking (“FOCUS”), a national middle market investment banking firm providing merger, acquisition, divestiture and corporate finance services announced today that VfD Technologies, Inc. (“VfD”) has acquired Isimac Machine Company, Inc. (“Isimac”). The FOCUS’ Advanced Manufacturing & Automation Team represented VfD in the transaction.

FOCUS Investment Banking Represents Neuralify in their Sale to ISG

Neuralify has been acquired by ISG Washington, DC, (July 15, 2020)— FOCUS Investment Banking, a national middle market investment banking firm providing merger, acquisition, divestiture, and capital raising services, announced today that Neuralify, LLC has been acquired by Information Services Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: III), a leading global technology research and advisory firm.  The acquisition will combine Neuralify’s SaaS-based digital enablement platform with the broad portfolio of intelligent automation solutions offered by ISG Automation, a unit of ISG.
Report Cover: A2Z Manufacturing: Is This the Competitor You Should Really Be Worrying About?

A2Z Manufacturing: Is This the Competitor You Should Really Be Worrying About?

Merger and acquisition activity has accelerated in the precision machining industry due to the confluence of three fundamental technological and market forces.
  • Large capital inflows from private equity funds
  • Automated, digital manufacturing processes
  • Digital integration of the supply chain
The capital required to simply stay competitive is likely to soon leave a substantial portion of the industry field behind. The average firm owner may not yet have felt a serious impact, but complacency about the changes underway will threaten the competitive position of many industry participants and can have a serious impact on the equity they have taken years to build. Owners must recognize and confront pro-actively the building pressures for exploring a non-organic growth model. 
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An Industry “In Play”: The Future of Independent Precision Machining

Made in America! That’s the watchword of our precision machining industry, which is enjoying a major upturn driven by the need for ever more sophisticated components required to support new technologies in manufacturing, automation, life sciences, aerospace and defense. Most shops we visit report good revenue growth and many see more new business opportunities than …