Cheval completes 500th Hosting, Cloud & Internet Services Transaction

FOR IMMEDITE RELEASE: 8/16/2019

 Cheval M&A Inc and Cheval Capital, Inc complete 500th Hosting, Cloud & Internet Services Transaction

 Washington, DC – Boutique investment banking firms and Internet services specialists, Cheval M&A, Inc. and Cheval Capital, Inc. announced today that they have advised on their 500th successful transaction in the cloud, hosting, IAAS and related Internet services spaces.

Cheval achieved this milestone as a part of six transactions that have closed over the past few weeks and marks the 25th transaction they've successfully closed so far in 2019! These transactions have been completed with a wide variety of companies in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Middle East, and South America.

Extensive industry expertise helps maximize client value from the unique aspects of their business, regardless of location. Smaller clients realize particular benefit from demand created by the Cheval Opportunities List.

Hillary Stiff of Cheval M&A commented on the event, “We’ve been very fortunate since we began in this industry in the late 1990s to have worked with a large number of great companies of all types and sizes, including some of the top names in the industry.  We had the pleasure in this case to close a mix of transactions, ranging from hoster/cloud providers to large IPv4 blocks, to push us over 500.”

To learn more about Cheval M&A, Inc. and Cheval Capital, please visit: www.chevalacq.com and www.chevalcap.com

About Cheval M&A, Inc. and Cheval Capital, Inc.

Cheval M&A, Inc. and Cheval Capital, Inc. are boutique Investment banks specializing in mergers, acquisitions and corporate finance. They have expertise in a variety of industries but have been particularly active in the Internet services arena since the mid 1990’s.

Cheval Capital, Inc. is a FINRA (www.finra.org) registered broker-dealer

Contact 

For additional information, please contact; 

Frank Stiff

Cheval Capital, Inc

+1-703-549-7390

fstiff - at - chevalcap.com

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IPV6 Adoption

Thanks to our friends at Nationwide for the link to this IPv6 Migration Study produced by the Internet Governance Project at Georgia Tech and sponsored by ICANN. (The conclusions are on page 36 if you want to skip to the end.) Spoiler: It looks like we’re going to be in a dual IPv4/6 world for some time.

Cheval M&A is active in helping our customers buy and sell IPv4 blocks. Whether you have excess IPs or a need for additional blocks we can help. Please contact Hillary at hstiff@chevalcap.com

(HT Nationwide Computer Systems)

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Cheval M&A

Author: Hillary Stiff is President of Cheval M&A. She has been an investment banker and CFO, completing M&A transactions and arranging financing for a number of companies including NTT/Verio, The Endurance International Group and Web.Com among many others. She has helped complete over 470 successful web hosting, ISP and related transactions and distributes a list of hosting and related companies that are for sale.

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