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Woodbridge International welcomes new partner as head of investment banking

Mergers and acquisitions firm Woodbridge International has appointed Andrew J Buchholtz as Head of Investment Banking.

Buchholtz will assume a leadership role in working with Woodbridge’s bankers in the US and internationally. The firm’s expansion over the past two years and growing number of assignments have created the need to add another professional to the firm’s senior management team. In addition to his position as Head of Investment Banking, Andrew is taking an ownership position in the firm and becoming a fifth partner.
Andrew J Buchholtz has served as a banker, consultant and operator in the media industry for nearly 25 years. Originally a consultant to magazine publishers and direct marketers at JS Eliezer Associates in New York City, he joined Veronis Suhler Stevenson in 1995 and spent 10 years buying and selling a broad range of media properties as a mergers & acquisitions advisor. He owned partnership units in Veronis Suhler Stevenson’s private equity funds, as well. Buchholtz served as Managing Director in the BMO Capital Markets Media, Communications & Technology Group and ran his own wholly-owned M&A firm for five years. Buchholtz holds an MBA in General Management and a BA in Economics from Boston University.

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