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Nikhil Mudgal

Nikhil Mudgal

Nikhil Mudgal is an Associate with more than eight years of experience in Investment Banking and Commercial Lending. Specifically, Nikhil’s banking expertise spans a variety of verticals within Financial Institutions Sector – including banks, insurance companies, asset managers, broker dealers, market exchanges, and fintech companies.

Prior to joining Accordion, Nikhil was a Senior Investment Banking Associate at Sandler O’Neill Partners where he advised US Banks on potential strategic and financial alternatives.

Prior to Sandler, Nikhil worked as an Investment Banking Associate at Goldman Sachs in both their NYC and London offices, where he advised clients in the financial services sector on potential M&A opportunities, capital structure optimization, and capital planning strategy. His transactional experience includes mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, follow-on offerings, and equity & debt private placements. Notable projects include advising Her Majesty’s Treasury to help strategize and manage U.K. Government’s shareholdings in RBS and Lloyds Banking group. Nikhil’s team provided advice on transaction structuring, timing and valuation regarding the disposal of holdings, and capital markets options available to the UK Government.

Prior to Goldman, Nikhil worked in Jefferies’ Investment Banking group, where he executed on $5bn+ of M&A transactions for FIG clients. He collaborated with management teams to develop detailed financial models, conducted financial & operational due diligence, prepared fairness opinions, board/management presentations, information memoranda, and business pitches.

Nikhil holds an MBA in Finance from University of Pittsburgh and Bachelor in Engineering from University of Delhi, India.

"What doesn't kill you makes you stronger." - Friedrich Nietzsche

Something You Should Know

  • Climbed more than 10 volcanoes (including Mt. Fuji) in Asia
  • Traveled to over 30 countries, aiming to double that number over next few years

Noteworthy

  • Lead advisor to Her Majesty’s Treasury in managing its investments in 2 large UK Banks
  • Published an article in Capital IQ on Bank M&A trends in North America