Transactions

  • October 30, 2017 - Roberta Roller Rabbit has been sold to an investor group

    Avalon Net Worth has identified an investor group for the acquistion of Roberta Roller Rabbit... 

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  • March 31, 2017 - Atlantic Street Capital portfolio's company, Alex Apparel Group, Inc., have acquired Sally Lou Fashions

    Avalon Net Worth has identified a strategic target company for Atlantic Street Capital and its portfolio company, Alex Apparel Group, to aquire... 

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  • March 02, 2017 - ANW has advised on the sale of Jaclyn, Inc. (OTCMKTS:JCLY), to an affiliate of Golden Touch Imports, Inc.

    Jaclyn, Inc. (OTCMKTS:JCLY), a $175 million (revenues) multi-line fashion and accessory firm, has been sold to an affiliate of Golden Touch Imports, Inc. ... 

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  • February 27, 2017 - Molli Partners LLC has sold its four shoe brands to Teshoeque LLC

    Molli Partners LLC has completed a sale of it's major brands to Teshoeque LLC... 

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Noteworthy

  • October 17, 2017 - Global Private Wealth Dallas Forum on Macroeconomics

    At the 2017 GPW Dallas Forum our Co-CEO, Lynda Davey, spoke alongside other prominent industry executives regarding the current

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  • July 25, 2017 - Retail Summer School at Columbia Business School

    Richard Jaffe, a Managing Director at Avalon, will host the 9th Annual Retail Summer School along with Shoptalk at

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  • May 10, 2017 - Retail’s Private Equity Legacy: Big Debt, Big Problems

    In an article published by WWD magazine our Co-CEO, Jack Hendler, shares his insight on Private Equity in the

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  • April 04, 2017 - Why Millennials and Mid-Market Firms Are a Fashion Match

    Apparel magazine published an article where our Co-CEO, Jack Hendler, discusses Milennials and Retail...    Read More...

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BALANCE SHEET – Winners and Losers on the Fiscal Battlefield

New York, NY - (DNR) - If money is power, Wall Street, which has always fancied itself as more or less running the world, has been power drunk for years and is now feeling the inevitable effects of the hangover. After the bailouts of Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and American Insurance Group, the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, and more than a few harrowing days of near-panic selling, the Street has been forced to seek help from Washington lawmakers. Even as Washington debated a $700 billion bailout to buy up questionable mortgage debt, the Street began to wonder what they'd got themselves into, and fretted over additional and unwanted, if not unwarranted, oversight. Both Washington and Wall Street are to blame for the crisis, as are the average citizens who recklessly took on more debt than they could reasonably manage. How well the politicians and the bankers will fare in fixing the mess they made will most likely remain an open question for some time.

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