RKCA is privately-held, independent investment bank focused exclusively on serving the middle-market. The firm provides M&A advisory, capital advisory, and direct investment services uniquely tailored to the needs of middle-market businesses. With decades of collective deal experience covering billions in transactional value, our personalized deal teams leverage proven processes to achieve exceptional outcomes for our clients.
RKCA was founded in 1986 on the novel principle that middle-market businesses deserve exceptional capital advisory services. Since then, RKCA’s proven processes have resulted in numerous closed transactions and successful client outcomes. Today, RKCA’s team of investment bankers are proud to continue the firm’s legacy of client-centric, middle-market focused capital advisory.
Proven track record of driving exceptional sell-side & buy-side processes and achieving transformative results for clients. We have advised companies ranging in size from venture stage to publicly traded firms in virtually every major industry. The firm’s boutique practice areas in healthcare staffing and tech-enabled business services are among the most robust available to the middle-market.
RKCA assigns a senior banker to each engagement – there are no handoffs to junior staff. Our model provides our clients a highly-personalized, high-touch advisory approach tailored to drive value throughout the life of an engagement.
RKCA’s investment bankers offer clients more than just advisory expertise. Collectively, RKCA’s professionals have decades of experience driving value within operating companies and the firm’s portfolio of direct investments. In each of our advisory engagements, RKCA is able to leverage our deep operational knowledge to enhance client outcomes.
Unlike many competitors who focus on the middle-market, RKCA is a registered broker-dealer and member FINRA/SIPC. Each of the firm’s investment banking professionals are properly licensed to provide investment banking services. Our independent ownership ensures no conflicts of interest with a research department, trading desk, or other firm departments common with larger banks.