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Tom Elliott

  • Managing Director
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Biography

Tom Elliott has over 20 years of investment banking experience.  He leads Capstone's Food and Beverage and Pet Products Groups and has extensive experience representing branded consumer products clients.  Additionally, he covers other opportunities in the Southeast United States.  Tom joined Capstone's leadership team through the merger of EQV Capital Group, a middle market M&A boutique he founded in Tampa, Florida.  Prior to founding EQV, Mr. Elliott spent 12 years doing M&A with Citigroup Capital Strategies.  Prior to Citigroup, he worked as a Corporate Finance consultant and for Procter & Gamble.  Tom started his career working as a CPA for Ernst & Young.

Education

The University of Michigan - MBA

The University of Notre Dame - BBA - Accounting

Registrations & Affiliations

FINRA - Series 7 & 63 Registered General Securities Representative

Industry Coverage

Capstone Headwaters has published its Q3 Pet & Animal Care Executive Summary which discusses industry trends and drivers, merger and acquisition activity, and active segments in the market, such as Veterinary & Health Services and CBD Pet Products. To learn more about the Capstone Headwaters’ Pet & Animal Care practice, please contact Tom ElliottRead more

Robust US pet expenditures, fueled by pet humanization and the subsequent heightened demand for food and health products that promote pet lifespan extensions, are expected to continue in 2019. Spending in the industry is expected to reach $75.4 billion in 2019, representing 3.9%year-over-year growth, according to the American Pet Products Association.Read more

Market volatility at the end of 2018 increased uncertainty among investors and set the stage for a diminished outlook in 2019. Supporting investor caution are uncertainties regarding trade talks between the US and China and the possible slowdown in global economic growth. The International Monetary Fund cut its global growth forecast to 3.3% from 3.5% in April, while the Federal Reserve cut its US growth forecast to 2.1% in March.Read more