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Blackhill Partners forms joint venture with TFA Capital Partners.

M2 EQUITYBITES-August 18, 2017-Blackhill Partners forms joint venture with TFA Capital Partners

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Blackhill Partners LLC ("Blackhill"), a leading restructuring investment bank, has announced a joint venture with TFA Capital Partners ("TFA") in order to bring experienced advice in Restructuring & Recapitalizations and Energy Financings to Tribal clients, the company said.

The combined global capabilities of the two firms will allow for better client service through intimate knowledge of these specialized markets. Steven Strom, Blackhill's CEO, is eager about the opportunity to provide TFA's strong base of Tribal clients with world class service as they navigate their most significant business and financial challenges.

Kristi Jackson, Chairman of TFA Capital Partners, commented, "We are delighted to work with Blackhill on these highly complex situations. Our capabilities and clientele in the Tribal arena pair extremely well with Blackhill's skillset."

Blackhill Partners is an investment bank specializing in complex situations. Our team combines independence, agility and discretion with a track record of solving industry's most challenging situations. Blackhill's professionals have advised on more than USD 250 billion of mergers, acquisitions, financings and restructurings. For more information, please visit BlackhillPartners.com.

TFA is organized specifically to work with Tribes in achieving their economic goals - growing their economies, diversifying cash flows, debt management and capital raising. TFA principals have been working in Indian Country since 1995, offering a deep level of understanding of the issues and practical solutions. Since its founding in 2009, TFA has been a part of over USD 4 billion of capital raised for Tribes. TFACP offers its clients large-firm investment banking expertise with the focus and dedication that only a small-firm team can deliver. For more information, visit tfacp.com.

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