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Dominic Cervi

  • Vice President
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Biography

Dominic has spent the entirety of his investment banking career with Capstone Headwaters, primarily focusing on sell-side M&A. In addition to 2017’s Cross Border Deal of the Year, Dominic has executed deals ranging from $30mm to $200mm across a wide-range of industries, including Industrial Manufacturing, Industrial Technology, Transportation & Logistics, TMT and Healthcare & Life Sciences. Dominic’s current focus is representing Building Products and Construction Services-related businesses with financial and operational analysis, process material creation, market research and data room management.


Prior to joining Capstone Headwaters, Dominic was a professional soccer player with the United States Soccer Federation, including as a member of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and the Celtic Football Club. Dominic graduated cum laude from the University of Denver with a degree in Finance and Accounting.
 

Education

University of Denver - BSBA - Finance and Accounting

Registrations & Affiliations

FINRA - Series 79 Registered Investment Banking Representative

Industry Coverage

Capstone Headwaters’ Q2 2019 Rock Products Coverage report discusses M&A activity, notable transactions, and aggregates materials performance through Q2 2019.Read more

Demand in the Building Products industry has been fueled by operators seeking innovative and cost-efficient solutions to reduce labor and streamline construction processes. Continued strength in Nonresidential Construction and Nonbuilding Structures has driven industry growth, supported by heightened demand for office infrastructure and expanding municipal economies. Read more

In this quarterly report, provided exclusively for Rock Products, Capstone Headwaters provides insight into mergers & acquisitions (M&A), capital markets trends, aggregates production, and pricing through Q1 2019. Capstone Headwaters’ Aggregates Materials Index indicates that average public company EBITDA multiples remained largely unchanged from Q4 2018 at 10.3x.Read more