In the News
Houlihan Lokey was recently named Leading Valuation Agent in this year’s Hedge Fund Journal Awards, which recognize “leading service providers to the European hedge fund industry.”
Houlihan Lokey’s commitment to creating value for our clients is reflected in our consistent record of achieving top rankings in all of our major businesses, year after year.
Matthew Spencer, Houlihan Lokey’s Chief Human Capital Officer, recently spoke with eFinancialCareers about the firm’s success in attracting and retaining talent, its thriving Capital Markets business, and its prospects for further growth in 2018.
In a Bloomberg Marketsspecial report on the anniversary of the 2007 financial crisis, Houlihan Lokey Co-President David Preiser opines on potential triggers that could end the current and exceptionally long economic cycle, including a fragile eurozone following the U.K.’s Brexit decision or a more widespread “failure of confidence” that would pinch liquidity in markets around the world
Jerome Schwartzman, Houlihan Lokey’s Head of M&A Tax Services, recently spoke with The Wall Street Journal about the ways in which elements of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, including reduction of interest deductibility and the corporate tax rate, may change how financial sponsors invest in portfolio companies.
Houlihan Lokey recently earned the title of “Most Innovative Investment Bank for Restructuring” in The Banker’s annual Investment Banking Awards.
Tim Larsen, a Managing Director in Houlihan Lokey’s Consumer, Food & Retail Group, recently sat down with Food Ingredients First for a podcast on M&A activity in the food ingredients sector and the market trends that are driving this activity.
Houlihan Lokey quickly recognized the post-crisis paradigm shift in the financing markets away from big banks and toward numerous sources of alternative capital around the world.
Following Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods, Jim Lavelle, Houlihan Lokey’s Co-Head of the Industrials Group, once again joined Maria Bartiromo and Bob Nardelli on Fox Business.
In The Banker’s July issue, Houlihan Lokey Co-President Scott Adelson discusses the firm’s roots in valuation and restructuring, its dominance in middle-market M&A, and the “bull-bear” balance between its Corporate Finance and Financial Restructuring businesses that has enabled Houlihan Lokey to grow into one of the most successful independent advisory firms in the world