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Darin Good

  • Managing Director
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Biography

Darin is an advocate for his clients, guiding them through the complex process of raising debt, equity or selling their company. During the past 21 years, Darin has led business owners and their board of directors through this process over 69 times. Due to their sole focus of representing companies in the building products and construction services industry, this highly awarded team has been recognized for their work in the industry on numerous occasions.

Darin is a recognized expert witness and speaks nationally regarding merger and acquisitions. Courts and clients appreciate his ability to synthesize large amounts of complex business information and present it in concise terms that are clearly understood by all parties. Trade groups and national publications have recognized Darin’s business acumen and technical knowledge. 

Prior to becoming an investment banker, Darin started, operated, made acquisitions and sold three successful companies in construction, import and distribution, and commercial real estate management. Over a two year period, he implemented the turnaround of the underperforming business units of a publicly held national franchisor. 

Three sell side transactions that Darin and his team performed are published and taught in business schools around the globe. Darin teaches these cases at the University of Denver, his alma mater.

Education

University of Denver, Daniels College of Business - BSBA - Finance, Entrepreneurship

Registrations & Affiliations

FINRA - Series 63 Registered Uniform Securities Agent
FINRA - Series 79 Registered Investment Banking Representative

Industry Coverage

Demand in the Building Products industry has demonstrated sustained recovery in recent months. For the fourth consecutive month, spending for total construction rose in September, led by gains in the Residential sector, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.  The substantial increase in prospective home buyers has manifested in elevated single-family home sales, as building products participants work to procure inventory to meet the backlog of activity.Read more

 COVID-induced headwinds through Q2 2020 manifested in project delays and cancellations, supply chain challenges, and workforce capacity restrictions, contributing to substantial declines in construction spending.  However, industry demand has rebounded in recent months, with construction notching three consecutive months of gains, rising 1.4% in August, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Read more

Following four consecutive months of decline in construction spending, activity has begun to stabilize with July construction increasing a modest 0.1% from the previous month, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.  While tighter project financing conditions and weakened state and local government finances have presented challenges for aggregates producers, the backlog of activity has remained robust, supporting continued industry demand.Read more