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martinwolf M&A Advisors Announces Official Launch of LMM Group, a division of martinwolf

NEW YORK, Oct. 11, 2018  /PRNewswire/ -- martinwolf M&A Advisors announced today the official launch of its dedicated lower middle market practice: LMM Group, a division of martinwolf.

Headquartered in New York and led by Managing Director Seth Collins, LMM Group will provide comprehensive M&A advisory services to companies with enterprise values of $5 million to $30 million, maintaining the firm's historic exclusive focus on IT Supply Chain, IT Services, Tech-Enabled BPO and Software spaces.

"Over our 21-year history, many of our 160+ transactions have been in the lower middle market," said Collins. "But a smaller transaction size does not necessarily mean less complexity—companies in this sector have a unique set of resources and requirements that differ from those of larger organizations. With our new division, we are uniquely positioned to support those needs."

LMM Group designs a Customized Work Plan for each of its clients, leveraging martinwolf resources throughout the entire process. It is staffed by an experienced team of bankers across the country and utilizes martinwolf's longstanding industry relationships and comprehensive database of more than 50,000 strategic and financial firms.

"M&A transactions are a deeply personal and emotional experience for entrepreneurs. Our senior team are all former owner/operators of IT companies who have personally experienced M&A and know what you will go through during an engagement," said Collins.

Collins will be giving a keynote speech at the Channel Partners Evolution conference in Philadelphia, PA today where he will be providing further detail.

For more information on LMM Group, visit or contact 925.355.0110.

About LMM Group, a division of martinwolf 

LMM Group, a division of martinwolf, is the leading FINRA-registered, exclusive M&A advisor focused solely on lower middle market IT companies. It offers comprehensive advisory services to companies with enterprise values of $5 million to $30 million in the IT Supply Chain, IT Services, Tech-Enabled BPO and Software spaces.

About martinwolf

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona with an office in New York, martinwolf is a leading M&A Advisory firm focusing exclusively on the mid-market IT industry. With a diverse staff of principals and senior bankers, many of whom are experienced owner-operators and technology executives from around the globe, martinwolf is uniquely poised to advise clients on their many opportunities to create value and drive continued success.

Throughout the course of 21 years, martinwolf has completed more than 160 middle-market IT transactions and has sold eight divisions of Fortune 500 companies across over 20 different countries -- demonstrating unparalleled experience in the IT Services, IT Supply Chain, IT-Enabled Business Process Outsourcing and Software as a Service (SaaS) space.

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