Bridgepoint Relocates Omaha Office to Accommodate Company Growth

Bridgepoint Merchant Banking (“Bridgepoint”) is pleased to announce that it has moved into new, expanded Omaha offices effective June 1, 2017 to accommodate the Company’s continued expansion. Bridgepoint has grown in response to sustained demand for quality M&A and corporate finance advisory services in the Omaha market.

Managing Principal Mike Anderson expressed that “as Bridgepoint Merchant Banking expands our team and relationships in the marketplace, we are excited to move into a space that reflects that growth”. The new office space at 450 Regency Parkway will house Bridgepoint’s key professionals in Omaha, including two Managing Principals who joined within the past year, as well as allow for expected future expansion. The new office provides state of the art technology for enhanced service for Bridgepoint clients. “It’s exciting to move our growing firm into the professional and vibrant space offered by the 450 Building. This will elevate the platform from which we will continue to offer Wall Street-level investment banking with local accountability to successful company owners in the region,” said Managing Principal Gary Grote.

About Bridgepoint Merchant Banking

Bridgepoint Merchant Banking, a division of Bridgepoint Holdings NE, LLC, is a middle market investment banking firm that serves clients over their corporate lifecycles by providing merger and acquisition and corporate finance advisory services. Bridgepoint Principals have over 117 years of combined investment banking and private equity experience spanning nearly 170 completed transactions/engagements exceeding $158 billion in total transaction value. In order to offer securities-related Investment Banking Services discussed herein, to include M&A and institutional capital raising, certain representatives of Bridgepoint are registered representatives of M&A Securities Group, Inc., an unaffiliated broker-dealer and member FINRA/SIPC.

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