CHICAGO – January 11, 2022 City Capital Advisors, LLC, a Chicago-based middle-market investment bank, announced today that George Wedemeyer has joined the firm as a Managing Director.
“We are delighted to have an investment banker on our team with George Wedemeyer’s reputation, experience, and energy sector expertise,” said Dick King, co-founder of City Capital. “We believe that these attributes are of critical importance in advising closely-held private companies in the middle market,” added Mark Timmerman, City Capital co-founder. “Our success is a direct result of the commitment of our seasoned professionals to every aspect of our clients’ engagements, and that is what George has been doing throughout his career.”
George Wedemeyer has over 30 years of experience on Wall Street, including over 24 years in the investment banking industry. Prior to joining City Capital, George was a founder and Managing Partner at Downstream Energy Partners, a boutique, privately held, middle-market investment bank providing national M&A and strategic advisory services in the energy sector. Earlier in his career, George spent many years at Credit Suisse, where he headed the US Small & Mid-Cap Equity Research team. “Successfully managing ownership transitions for closely-held private companies requires a very unique skillset and the ability to carefully navigate a wide array of personal and business concerns,” Wedemeyer noted. “This trusted advisor role is something I understand and value, as do each of the senior professionals at City Capital, so I’m excited to join.”
About City Capital Advisors, LLC
City Capital Advisors is a FINRA and SIPC registered investment bank that was founded on the principle that senior level experience and expertise are the most valuable resources in middle-market investment banking and that they are best applied to client transactions directly, consistently and without interruption. City Capital’s senior professionals have collectively completed more than 500 merger, acquisition and financing transactions totaling more than $60 billion in value.