Carter Morse & Goodrich is a boutique M&A firm that helps business owners of middle market companies plan, prepare, execute, and close transactions that maximize shareholder value.

Our expertise is representing sellers of businesses valued between $20 million and $200 million, many of whom are pursuing their once-in-a-lifetime transactions. We fully understand and appreciate the unique dynamics of private and family held businesses and the importance of your legacy.

For more than 32 years, our expert strategic guidance and professional transaction execution capabilities have proven crucial for clients. The combination of our hands-on approach, senior banker attention, strategic guidance, seamless transaction execution and extensive network of domestic and international resources has enabled us to help hundreds of business owners close successful transactions.

We invite you to talk with us and learn how we can help you.


Business Owner Survey:

The Value of an Investment Banker

This White Paper surveyed business owners who sold their business between 2011-2016 for between $10 and $250 million. This is a must read for business owners thinking about a transaction and for their advisors. The results will surprise you.
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CMG welcomes Drew Rossi to the team

October 2018

We are pleased to announce that Drew Rossi has joined the CMG team as an Analyst in August.

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Our New Name: Carter Morse & Goodrich

September 2018

We are delighted to announce that we are changing our name to Carter Morse & Goodrich.

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Wire and Cable Company Acquired by International Buyer

July 2018

Carter Morse & Mathias ("CMM") is pleased to announce that it served as the exclusive financial advisor to a confidential specialized industrial wire company ("Client") in its sale to an undisclosed international strategic buyer. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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