Brian Boyle Joins Raymond James

Raymond James has added Brian Boyle as a managing director in its consumer investment banking practice. Mr. Boyle will lead the firm’s effort in the food and beverage sector.

Mr. Boyle joins Raymond James from PwC Corporate Finance where he co-led the consumer markets investment banking practice. He began his career at Lehman Brothers (1984 to 1997) and held senior positions at other investment banks including McGladrey Capital Markets (2000 to 2012) and D.A. Davidson & Co. (2012 to 2015). Mr. Boyle also founded a merchant banking firm, Capital Placement, which advised middle-market growth companies. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and is based in Chicago.

“I am very excited to be joining the highly successful Raymond James consumer investment banking team,” said Mr. Boyle. “Raymond James has built a powerful global M&A platform that I am looking forward to leveraging on behalf of my clients.”

“Brian is a highly regarded professional with an exceptional understanding of the food and beverage space,” said Mark Goodman, Managing Director and head of the consumer investment banking practice. “He’s adept at delivering results to clients, and I’m thrilled to welcome Brian to our team.”

Raymond James (NYSE: RJF) is a financial services company providing private client group, capital markets, asset management, banking and other services to individuals, corporations and municipalities. Since 2013, Raymond James has participated in raising $300 billion in capital for its corporate clients and completed more than 400 advisory assignments, including more than 350 M&A buy-side or sell-side advisory assignments. The firm was founded in 1962 and is headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL (www.raymondjames.com).

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