- Food, Beverage & Agribusiness
“The transaction markets today offer both great opportunity and significant challenges. Navigating these waters with an experienced partner has never been so important.”
The ultimate measure of competency in our industry is results.
Experience and results are inexorably linked in the capital markets and sale transactions. If a banker is conflict free it engenders trust, because the advice has greater purity. When you can bring that all together – trust, experience, independence – the best results will follow.
I enjoy helping others achieve outcomes they could not otherwise achieve themselves. When our collective skills and experience deliver a result that could not otherwise be realized, it is fulfilling.
I am passionate about businesses that make things. The supply chain in food and beverage, companion animal, and consumer products has never been so important. Consumers want to know more than what is in the product, they want to know where it was made and by whom, and why they should trust everyone involved along the way. Additionally, the supply chain in these categories offers significant opportunities for growth and innovation, as well as the application of ideas such as blockchain. Representing businesses that control their manufacturing provides a great lever in extracting value in today’s transaction environment.
Deep domain expertise in food and beverage, companion animal, and consumer products. Food and beverage sub-sector focus on branded food and co-manufacturing. Companion animal coverage across sub-sectors, with greater emphasis on consumables, hardgoods, and physical and online retail.
Transactional expertise in Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity Capital Raises and Strategic Advisory Services.
As a Managing Director at Cascadia Capital, Bryan Jaffe helps build client relationships by focusing on M&A mandates, recapitalizations, restructuring and equity private placements for consumer facing companies. He co-founded the firm’s Consumer & Retail practice, and subsequently the Food, Beverage & Agribusiness practice, which represents companies that operate along all phases of the supply chain, from the dirt to the retail peg.
He joined Cascadia from Gordian Group, LLC, where he managed and executed complex and special situation financial advisory assignments, including restructurings and reorganizations, buy-side and sell-side M&A transactions, financings, and matters requiring opinions and expert testimony.
Prior to business school, Bryan was a Principal within the Strategic Change Consulting Practice at Price Waterhouse, LLP; during this time, he managed operational strategy development and performance improvement projects for Fortune 1000 companies.
Bryan holds a B.S. with Honors in Business Administration from Washington University, St. Louis, where he graduated magna cum laude, and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He is on the Advisory Board of the Methow Valley Conservancy and TwispWorks Foundation, and part of the CircleUp Advisor Network.
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