Wiley Bros.-Aintree Capital Appoints Melanie McFaddin to Lead Mergers and Acquisitions Department
Wiley Bros.-Aintree Capital and its new division Aintree Asset Management reported that Melanie McFaddin, President of The McFaddin|Metis Group, has joined the firm.
McFaddin will be leading the Mergers and Acquisitions Department at Wiley Bros.-Aintree Capital, a 70-year-old firm located in Nashville, TN. Over the last 70 years, the Firm has focused on investment brokerage business and underwriting municipal bonds for utility districts in the state of Tennessee.
According to a release, McFaddin has over 30 years of aggregate experience, including 25 years within information technology (IT) and professional/human-capital services with 21 years in mergers and acquisitions (M&A). She has worked in IT staffing, consulting and solutions; professional staffing in accounting/finance, legal, clinical, and sales/marketing; mobile/digital/UX/UI solutions; managed services in IT, staffing and human capital; business process outsourcing in IT, legal, financial services, and human capital; and toolsets that touch these spaces. She has been involved in the consummation of over 50 transactions with an aggregate value of over $700MM.
Her additional industry experience includes treasury management for Landmark Graphics Corp., a multinational, NASDAQ-listed, IT product/services company, which was later sold to Halliburton. At Landmark Graphics Corp., McFaddin’s responsibilities spanned establishing and managing the treasury department, corporate planning and analysis, international business planning, currency and risk management, foreign and domestic trade finance, and cash and investment management. She was also involved in the company’s M&A program.
Prior to her experience at Landmark, she was with The Toronto Dominion Bank, where she spearheaded the establishment of an IT lending practice. Prior to that, she was with Societe Generale where she was instrumental in the formation of the worldwide Project Finance group and worked on projects in independent power development, chemical plant construction, and O&G reserves lending.
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