Cornerstone International Alliance: Aurigin Inc. partners with the Cornerstone International Alliance

(Green Bay, WI) Aurigin Inc., the largest mid-market focused investment banking platform in the world, is partnering with Cornerstone International Alliance (C.I.A.), a consortium of 28 industry leading mergers and acquisitions firms focused on the lower middle market. The new relationship expands the Alliance’s global network, creating greater access to international buyers and investors.

“We’re excited about the opportunities this partnership creates,” said C.I.A. Founder Scott Bushkie. “Members now have access to a well-established, global network of investors. It’s an incredible opportunity for Alliance members to feature their portfolio of businesses to a captive global market.”

Aurigin’s member base is comprised of more than 55 thousand private equity funds, family offices, corporate acquirers and advisors, spanning 145 countries to generate the most efficient and extensive distribution process for any company seeking capital or to sell. 

“The partnership between a powerful M&A alliance like CIA, and Aurigin aims to provide business leaders with the very best options when looking to exit or raise capital,” said Romesh Jayawickrama, CEO of Aurigin Inc. “Our tech-driven platform offers businesses seamless and effortless access to thousands of investors worldwide, ensuring that every company can choose the most appropriate investors for their needs, wherever in the world they may be. We are thrilled to support CIA in their international reach and effectively change the lives of business owners.”

Headquartered in New York City, Aurigin is the largest source of mid-market deal flow in the world with thousands of live deals on the platform. It utilizes advanced algorithms within a vast and growing global ecosystem to match corporates seeking capital with highly relevant institutional providers of capital, anywhere in the world.

Alliance members work with business owners of firms with $500,000 to $10 million in EBITDA or $5 million to $150 million in total enterprise value, developing accurate, honest and maximized valuations, helping sell a business, or helping the owner’s business grow through strategic acquisitions.