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Sophisticated Problem Solvers

G.C. Andersen Partners is an investment banking partnership with offices in New York, California, and Texas. The firm advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, capital raises and restructuring assignments. The firm provides advice to both publicly traded and privately held middle market companies with revenues between $20 million and $2 billion. Our partners’ insights stem from careers at some of the most prolific banks on the street, including Drexel Burnham Lambert, DLJ, Morgan Stanley, PaineWebber, Credit Suisse First Boston, and Bear Stearns among others.

Our true differentiating quality at G.C. Andersen Partners is our belief that intellectual capital creates financial capital:

  • We are a team of partners who have the ability to see solutions where others cannot or will not.

  • Our partners have been involved in many notable deals across a wide spectrum of industries, including: casino & gaming, industrials & manufacturing, transportation & logistics, and energy (from conventional to clean-tech and renewable energy).

  • Our decades-long industry relationships and diverse transaction experience provide us access to a wide range of investors, lenders, buyers, and sellers.

  • Our independence enables us to provide conflict free advice.

  • Our size allows us to move quickly and provide dedicated senior level advice.

  • Our position in the market affords us the luxury of working only with those clients we believe in.

 

Our Founder

G. Chris Andersen, founder of G.C. Andersen Partners and former head of investment banking at Drexel Burnham Lambert, talks about Drexel's business and Michael Milken. Andersen speaks with Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."

 

 
 
In my experience, many investment bankers will listen to you, but few will hear you. We have the patience and desire to hear you.
— G. Chris Andersen