DENVER, Colo., September 2, 2010 – FMI deepens its disciplinary strength in mergers and acquisitions services, private capital placements and financial advisory services for engineering clients with the addition of Michael Landry, MBA, senior associate of engineering, as well as several key new staff. Landry comes to FMI from CH2M Hill, where he served as vice president of finance. He previously served as vice president and head of mergers and acquisitions for The Shaw Group. Augmenting the team is analyst Scott Schwartzkopf, who worked for Madison Capital Management prior to joining FMI.
Rick Dutmer, MBA, director, FMI, has worked within the construction industry since 1988, and will be bringing his long-term experience as a strategic advisor to general contractors, subcontractors, architects and engineers to the Investment Banking team in a new role. A sought-after speaker, Dutmer has worked with the AGC, ABC, NECA and many other national and international organizations, is a committee member with the Beavers organization, and an active member of FMI’s Low Bidders group.
“The investment banking practice at FMI is built upon the superior skills of its associates and analysts,” says William Hill, managing director of Investment Banking at FMI. “We are extremely proud to add exceptional talent to our roster, reinforcing our integrity as the leading provider of investment banking services to the construction, engineering and architectural industries.”
FMI’s Investment Banking practice provides Mergers and Acquisitions services, Private Capital Placements, and Financial Advisory services to companies serving the engineering and construction industry, including telecommunications and energy services. The firm’s unique industry specialization has led to more completed transactions in this industry than any other Investment Banking firm.
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