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Capstone Partners, LLC is an independent middle market investment bank, formerly the Boston branch for Arthur Andersen Corporate Finance's M&A group, at that time a wholly owned subsidiary of Arthur Andersen. The practice was founded in 1996, with John Ferrara as Andersen's Director for the Boston branch. Following the Enron Scandal of 2001, Capstone Partners spun a core practice out of Andersen and was legally incorporated by the firm's current President John Ferrara in Spring 2002. Capstone Partners, LLC focuses in M&A and capital markets advisory in the New England region.
Over the past five years, Capstone has ranked in the Top 20 nationally, and Top 3 regionally, among the “Most Active Investment Banking Firms.”