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Todd McMahon

  • Head of Investment Banking
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Biography

Todd McMahon possesses over 20 years of transaction, financial services and corporate executive experience.  Throughout Todd’s career he has worked with clients in various industries including business and consumer services, manufacturing, environmental services and high tech.  Prior to Capstone, Todd was the founder and President of Array Financial Services, a Boston based boutique M&A advisory firm, founded in 2002.  He began his career at Putnam Investments then moved to Bank Boston’s investment banking group.

Later, Todd served as Managing Director at Ross Crossland Weston/RCW Mirus, where he was responsible for managing the firm’s technology investment banking practice.  Todd’s investment banking experience is complemented by his involvement as an entrepreneur and investor in a number of service companies.  As an entrepreneur, Todd has purchased over a dozen companies, raised numerous rounds of debt and equity financing, and has been responsible for managing all aspects of operations, from sales and business development to finance and administration.  He has been involved with growth related opportunities as an entrepreneur, service provider, director and investor.

Todd has been featured on CNBC, quoted in national publications such as Money Magazine and Inc.  Additionally, he has been a featured speaker at the Boston University School of Business and numerous trade and industry events.

Education

Boston University - MBA

The University of Massachusetts - BA -

Registrations & Affiliations

FINRA - Series 79 & 63 Registered Investment Banking Representative

Industry Coverage

As the pandemic swept across the globe, strategic and private equity buyers focused on internal risk mitigation strategies to assess operational and liquidity concerns.  In addition, sellers have largely delayed exits as owners assess valuation impacts and look for enhanced visibility into capital markets. As vaccine and political uncertainties ease, Capstone believes 2021 will yield a window of opportunity for sellers, as private equity buyers remain flush with capital and strategic buyers become less concerned with their own liquidity.Read more

The pandemic has uncovered lapses in IT capabilities, presenting a heightened necessity for digital transformation and remote workplace support services across all sectors.  As companies reemerge and are introduced to the new normal, IT services and support solutions are needed to foster robust remote capabilities, albeit with different bandwidth and geographic reach.Read more

Companies have responded to COVID-19 through liquidity preservation and cost reduction initiatives, including hiring freezes, layoffs, and reduced discretionary spending. As states begin to reopen, businesses are operating lean and demand for flexible labor is expected to rise as companies focus on labor cost efficiency and cost control.Read more