MJC Partners, LLC (“MJCP”), a relationship-driven boutique investment banking firm headquartered in Los Angeles, California, is pleased to announce the addition of Walt Boyer as its new Managing Director in Texas. He will be responsible for supporting the firm’s bank M&A and strategic advisory practice in the Southwest U.S, where he will focus on client engagement and transactional leadership with clients in the region. Walt brings to MJC Partners decades of successful M&A and Capital Markets experience and is a known commodity in the banking community in the Southwest.
“Building within the Southwest is a natural extension for the firm; I have no doubts our team in the Southwest with the addition of Walt will thrive on our model of combining consultative industry expertise with traditional investment banking.”
Walt Boyer’s hiring by MJC Partners is its most recent hire in the Texas market as the firm continues to grow and expand its presences across the Southwestern US. MJC Partners established a Dallas, Texas office as its Southwestern beachhead at the start of 2021 and plans to continue building its team to support its market strategies in both the western and southwestern states. Walt will be based in Houston to expand the reach of the Dallas Office and will join Robert Kuykendall, Senior Vice President at MJC Partners who is based in Dallas.
Walt joins MJC Partners with a distinguished career which includes numerous leadership positions in banking and investment banking. Walt has worked in a variety of roles across the financial services industry including Head of Investment Banking and Chief Executive Officer of Mundial Financial Group, Managing Director of Alvarez & Marsal, and Managing Director of the Texas office for Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods. Walt’s history of client prioritization and specialized advisory approach complements MJCP’s client-centric, custom-tailored culture.
“I am extremely excited to build on MJC Partners’ growth, especially in the Southwest, and in particular Texas. MJC has become a premier, top-tier boutique investment bank and I look forward to further building upon its successful track record while diversifying the firm’s client base,” said Walt.
“Walt’s strong track record of success with clients, impressive skillset, and decades of experience will be highly beneficial for the firm as MJC Partners extends its footprint,” added Michael J. Cavallaro, Founder and Managing Partner of the firm. “Building within the Southwest is a natural extension for the firm; I have no doubts our team in the Southwest with the addition of Walt will thrive on our model of combining consultative industry expertise with traditional investment banking.”
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