The growth of the business services sector in the Middle-Market has been a result of the ongoing services oriented shift in the broad U.S. economy. The growth of the business services segment in the Middle-Market is matched by the ongoing need for capital markets expertise and experienced investment banking services. Experience has taught us that service businesses are significantly different from the manufacturers of products given that their primary assets are human capital, intellectual property, and other intangible assets versus the tangible assets of manufacturers represented by property, plant, and equipment. Recognizing the importance of those differences is critical when approaching the capital markets on behalf of a business services enterprise.
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