PROFILE

Our Experience
Global Reach
With a dedicated international and mobile team with its primary offices in New York and Moscow, Chiron prides itself on using its global experience and network to execute rapidly and provide truly unique solutions for clients or create investment opportunities for itself with strategic partners.

Trusted Advisor
Chiron advises on a wide spectrum of transactions relating to capital–raising (private equity, VC), M&A, and structured financing. In addition, the firm can provide specialized services such as indicative valuations, feasibility studies or business plans, or due diligence. Where it holds equity or on behalf of a strategic partner, members of the Chiron team can also participate in financial management, business development or other in other operating or advisory roles.

The Firm designs and executes corporate finance strategies related to raising capital, equity or debt. Unlike many advisors, Chiron can be flexible in structuring fees to align interests with a client, and often takes equity in lieu of cash, which is welcome by not only clients but also investors in private equity transactions.

Investor
On its own behalf and with affiliates (e.g. Edgewood Holdings) and other strategic partners, Chiron seeks investment opportunities in targeted industries or special situations. In this capacity, Chiron often will identify or otherwise diligence targeted investments and create a coherent strategy for investment. Chiron's team can serve in operating or other value–adding roles with respect to these companies. For co–investment, the firm can leverage its relationships with private equity funds and high net worth individuals.

Long-Term Relationships
Chiron seeks long–term relationships with its clients and partners. For example, Chiron advised on a series of transactions over three years for a client, TV3, by arranging equity from multiple PE funds and debt from international banks, coordinating a complicated merger, advising on a stock option package for a key executive, providing indicative valuation reports accepted by Big Four accounting firms for its audits, and otherwise closely supporting the CEO and CFO in a process preparing for an IPO which led to its eventual sale for $550 million.