Allegiance Capital Corporation, Infinity Financial Group Form Professional Alliance Aimed At Expansion in Energy Sector, Corporate Finance

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Allegiance Capital Corporation, an investment bank that provides M&A advisory and capital-raising services to privately-held, middle-market companies, announced today a professional alliance with Infinity Financial Group, a boutique investment bank with offices in Texas and Oklahoma.

Allegiance Capital's cross-border deal experience and nationwide footprint bring us new scalability and scope.

Allegiance Capital Corporation, an investment bank that provides M&A advisory and capital-raising services to privately-held, middle-market companies, announced today a professional alliance with Infinity Financial Group, a boutique investment bank with offices in Texas and Oklahoma.

“Infinity Financial has built significant relationships within the mid-stream oil and gas sector that complement Allegiance Capital’s energy practice,” said David Mahmood, Chairman of Allegiance Capital. “Additionally, we’re pleased to be able to tap Dan Flick’s corporate finance experience and relationships.”

Flick, Managing Partner of Infinity Financial Group, has more than 25 years experience placing debt and equity finance in industries ranging from consumer products to financial services. In addition, Flick has experience in aviation services, metal recycling, and wireless infrastructure development and finance. Flick and Mahmood have collaborated on transactions in the past and believe their combined offering is a strong one for the middle-market.

“Allegiance Capital’s cross-border deal experience and nationwide footprint bring us new scalability and scope,” said Flick. “And we’re looking forward to collaborating on deals in the energy sector where both firms have significant experience.”

Allegiance Capital has closed multiple transactions within the past 18 months in upstream oil and gas, oilfield services, renewable energy and transmission and distribution. Infinity Financial’s focus is on mid-stream oil and gas companies in the following categories:

  •     Pipeline construction and maintenance
  •     Pipeline reconditioning
  •     Gathering
  •     Treating (amine treating - H2S and CO2 removal, nitrogen rejection, gas conditioning and de-oxification)
  •     Processing (NGL recovery, helium recovery and helium liquefaction)
  •     Compression
  •     Dehydration
  •     Transportation

About Allegiance Capital
Allegiance Capital Corporation is a full-service investment bank specializing in the middle market (companies with revenues between $20 million to $500 million). The firm assists private companies with every aspect of selling and financing a business, including: debt restructuring, mezzanine financing, executing leveraged buyouts, strategic partnering, consulting and other related services. Allegiance Capital has won multiple awards recognizing the value it delivers to clients. Examples include: 2009 Dealmaker of the Year (Dallas Business Journal), 2008 Boutique Investment Bank of the Year (M&A Advisor), 2006 Investment Bank of the Year (Dallas Business Journal). Allegiance Capital has offices in Dallas, Chicago, New York, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Seattle. For more information, refer to the company website, http://www.allcapcorp.com. View a video of the company’s capabilities: http://youtu.be/yQs3dQQ1miM. Subscribe to the Capital Ideas blog by visiting: http://www.allcapcorp.com/blog.

About Infinity Financial Group
Infinity Financial Group is a boutique investment bank with offices in Texas and Oklahoma. The firm provides expert merger and acquisition (M&A) and corporate finance services to companies with revenues between $25 million and $250 million. The principals of the firm have successfully completed hundreds of millions of dollars in transaction value. Its primary clients consist of privately held, closely held and family owned businesses.

Media Contact:                
Katherine Kirkpatrick    
Vice President    
Allegiance Capital Corporation    
214-217-7745

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