"Optimized our capital structure, and set us up to be aggressive on the acquisition front."
Hammond Lumber Co.
"ANCHOR PEABODY’S PROCESS AND EXPERTISE MADE US MANY MILLIONS MORE WHEN WE SOLD OUR COMPANY. HIRE THEM."
Lumber Specialties, LTD
"An extremely competent group made up of some of the most fair people I have met. They can help you."
Former President & CEO
Lumbermans Merchandising Corp.
"Anchor Peabody helped us down a path to create more equity value than we had in the last 30 years."
President & CEO
Gordon Lumber Co.
Anchor Peabody is a financial advisory firm specializing in the U.S. building products and construction industry. The firm was founded by Jason Fraler and Christy Sadler.
We combine decades of experience as industry operators, investors, advisors, and owners with a full-time focus on providing financial advice to the building products and construction industry. This combination of experience and focus differentiates our firm from Wall St., generalist investment banks and business brokers in the following service categories:
We provide financial advisory services to owners and executives of middle-market building industry companies, in connection with a wide range of critical strategic and financial transaction-related matters. Anchor Peabody's goal is to foster long-term relationships with clients as their independent advisor of choice on transactions such as selling or buying a business, mergers, recapitalizations, restructurings, and other transaction-related matters.
Our firm leverages its long-standing relationships with the financing community to improve the balance sheets by re-structuring existing bank debt and/or raising new forms of capital such as senior debt, mezzanine capital or equity capital. Our experience includes the raising of capital for (i) organic growth opportunities (ii) buy-and-build acquisition strategies (iii) liquidity events for shareholders and (iv) a transition of ownership to the next generation or to the management team via a recapitalization or sale.
Our quarterly review of the industry’s relevant macroeconomic data, valuation metrics, leverage statistics and acquisition activity for the U.S. Building Products & Construction Industry.
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