NEW YORK – October 2, 2013 – Carl Marks Advisors, a leading consulting and investment banking advisor to middle-market companies, today announced that Charles Boguslaski, a managing director at the firm, has been recognized as one of the 4th Annual 2013 40 Under 40 Recognition Award winners by The M&A Advisor, renowned globally for its recognition and presentation of leading M&A, financing, and turnaround professionals. The awards program was established to promote mentorship and professional development among emerging business leaders.
Mr. Boguslaski has more than 14 years of financial restructuring and investment banking experience. In his role at Carl Marks Advisors, he is responsible for mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity capital raises, and financial restructurings. He has advised on assignments across a wide range of industries and provided valuations, fairness opinions, and expert testimony analyses representing public and private companies, Boards of Directors, creditor groups, and investors.
Mr. Boguslaski’s recent engagements include running a §363 process and providing bankruptcy testimony for the Monitor Group, a global management consulting firm with approximately 1,200 personnel, and representing the senior first lien lenders in more than $200 million credit facility in the Exide Technologies bankruptcy.
“It is a great honor to be recognized by this prestigious organization and chosen by its distinguished panel of judges for my work at Carl Marks Advisors,” said Mr. Boguslaski. “I’m extremely pleased to be considered an emerging leader who provides highly quality service to clients and positively impacts and advances the industry.”
Mr. Boguslaski received the award on October 1st at The M&A Advisor Awards Gala, held at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan, in conjunction with the 2013 Emerging Leaders Summit. This is an exclusive event that brings together M&A industry leaders with mentors and other influencers within the business community to discuss current trends in corporate development and celebrate the achievements of up and coming professionals who have reached a significant level of success before the age of 40.