Corporate Finance Associates Highly Ranked in 2012 on Thomson Reuters League Tables

Corporate Finance Associates Highly Ranked in 2012 on Thomson Reuters League

Los Angeles, April 5, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Corporate Finance Associates
(CFA), an international investment banking services firm providing merger and
acquisition, business valuation, capital resource and financial advisory
services, finished 2012 ranked in the top ten on the Thomson Reuters U.S.
Small Cap League Tablesfor transactions up to $50 million.

CFA also left their mark on several other Thomson Reuters league tables
including the Small Cap Worldwide chart for transactions up to $50 million
(#41), the U.S. Mid-Market chart for transactions up to $500 million (#25),
and India involved transactions for both Small Cap (#24) and Mid-Market (#31).

"This has been a fruitful year for Corporate Finance Associates. During a
time when some M&A firms experienced a lackluster business environment, we
added new offices and additional investment bankers, made an impact on the M&A
charts and celebrated a win at the M&A Atlas Awards," said Peter Heydenrych,
Chairman and CEO of CFA. Peter adds, "We are looking forward to the coming
years as the baby boom generation looks toward retirement and business exit
planning shifts into high gear."

About Corporate Finance Associates

Celebrating more than 56 years of service, Corporate Finance Associates is a
major investment banking firm, with over 20 offices across North America and
Canada, 3 in India and 14 partner offices in Brazil, China and throughout
Europe providing middle-market companies with a wide range of financial
advisory services and access to capital resources. From project inception to
completion a senior principal guides clients through every challenge,
advocates on their behalf, and leverages CFA's experience and extensive
resources. More information is available via the Internet at

CONTACT: Kim Levin
         Director of Operations
         949.305.6710 ext. 113

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