CFA’s Office and Deal of the Year Awarded to CFA Toronto West, and Jordan Nix Named CFA’s Dealmaker of the Year
March 5, 2014 - Oakville, Ontario
Corporate Finance Associates (CFA), a leading middle-market mergers an acquisitions firm, has announced that Office of the Year is awarded to CFA Toronto West. Deal of the Year and Cross-Border Deal of the Year has also been awarded to CFA Toronto West for the acquisition of Burlington Automation Corporation by Lincoln Electric Holdings Company. In addition, Toronto West-based Jordan Nix was named Dealmaker of the Year 2013. These awards were presented on February 21, 2014 at an international conference in Orlando, Florida.
These prestigious awards are given annually to the CFA office and individual dealmaker with the highest revenues from completed M&A transactions in the past year. Deal of the Year is awarded for the transaction with the largest value.
The Toronto West office has continually distinguished itself through the successful completion of M&A transactions locally, nationally, and internationally. Consistently one of CFA’s top three offices worldwide, this marks the fourth time this office has been named Office of Year in the last 13 years. “It is an honour to be recognized for the work we do. We have a great team and fantastic clients,” said Mr. Nix. “We are looking forward to many more successful years to come.”
About Corporate Finance Associates:
CFA is a founding member of ICFG, the 14th largest mid-market M&A firm in the world with offices in North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Since 1956, CFA has completed more than 5,000 transactions. CFA is ranked among the top ten of mid-market investment banks in North America and top eight in Canada by Thomson Reuters.
About Jordan Nix:
Jordan heads the buyer advisory practice for the Toronto West office. He has advised on buy-side and sell-side transactions in the transportation, business service, manufacturing, and distribution industries. Prior to joining CFA, Jordan was an engineering project manager in the manufacturing and healthcare industries. He has a BASc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.