Mahmood to focus on Private Equity

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – 10-18-2018 ( — Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, October 15, 2018 — Marabek, a global advisory and mergers and acquisitions firm, announced today that Matt Mahmood, Managing Director of Marabek, is resuming his full-time role immediately to focus on the growing strategic advisory and private equity business operations within the firm.

Having been the Chief Operating Officer at Nortech Systems (NASDAQ: NSYS) in May 2017 through October 2018, Mahmood now returns full-time to Marabek to focus on a Marabek private equity offering and the growing strategic advisory business that serves private equity, family offices, and stand-alone manufacturing companies. Marabek’s Managing Partner, Andrew J. Pulkrabek, said, “The uptake in the market for Marabek’s manufacturing advisory and M&A business has been significant. Matt is a critical part of the team that will accelerate the advisory and M&A business. He will help us meet the demand of the family office clients that have requested a Marabek private equity offering.” Mahmood added, “Global manufacturing supply chains are encountering unique pressures to grow with their downstream OEM customers. Being part of our client’s outsourced executive and M&A team is generating tremendous results. We also know, the size of the opportunity for family office investors with the Marabek private equity offering is truly substantial.”

ABOUT MARABEK – Marabek is a metric driven strategic advisory and mergers and acquisitions firm working with public and privately held manufacturing companies based in Canada, China, India, Israel, Germany, Mexico, United Kingdom, and the United States.

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