Mike McGill
Managing Director | Dallas Office

Mike McGill, a Founder and Managing Director of MHT Partners, co-leads the business and information services industry practice (traditional and tech-enabled and information-intensive businesses). He also focuses on high-growth consumer products and services.  Mike has led the execution of assignments for Centre Technologies, FISH Technologies, Excentus, NexRev, ITA Group, EnergyNet, Fleet Complete, Texas Teachers, Anesthesia Consultants of Dallas, ExamSoft, Delphon, Ryan LLC, Alsbridge, Contract Datascan, Edline, Efficient Attic Systems, Authentix, Frozsun Holdings, Trinity Consultants, xpressdocs, Chemical Information Services, Impact Innovations and Softbrands. Prior to founding MHT, he spent five years at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (and subsequently CS First Boston) in the Dallas office where he managed the execution of M&A advisory and corporate finance transactions for middle-market companies. Prior to joining DLJ, he spent several years in New York with Lehman Brothers focused primarily on M&A advisory.

Mike earned an MBA, with distinction, from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and graduated from Southern Methodist University with a BBA in Finance and Real Estate. He is also an active member of the Lone Star chapter of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and is a frequent presenter and faculty member speaking on the subjects of M&A and capital markets and has been a contributor/author of content relating to M&A and capital markets for ACG’s Middle Market Growth and CNBC.com. Mike was recently named “Winner, Investment Banker of the Year 2019” by D CEO Magazine in partnership with ACG and formerly named “Winner, Dealmaker of the Year” by Dallas Business Journal and formerly served on the board of the Wilkinson Center in Dallas, a charity focused on providing pathways out of poverty.

Mike lives in Dallas with his wife and daughters.

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