Charles K. HullManaging Director, Investment Banking
For over 20 years, Mr. Hull has been providing advice to both public and private companies with regards to mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, private placements of debt and equity securities, and other financial advisory services. In addition, Mr. Hull serves as the head of the firm’s investment banking practice and is a member of the broker dealer’s board of directors.
During his career, Mr. Hull has advised on more than 150 investment banking transactions representing in excess of $10 billion of transaction value. In addition, he has provided more than 75 fairness opinions to corporate boards and/or shareholders on transactions ranging from buy-side and sell-side mergers and acquisitions to capital restructurings. He has worked with clients in a multitude of industries including manufacturing, value added distribution, retailing, consumer products and hospitality. A particular area of expertise of his is advising companies operating in the financial services industry, with specific emphasis on banks and thrifts. Boenning & Scattergood’s broad-based financial services investment banking practice is consistently ranked among the most active M&A advisers in the country.
Prior to joining Boenning & Scattergood, Mr. Hull was a Managing Director of Berwind Financial, L.P., a regional investment bank. Prior to Berwind, he held multiple positions with First Fidelity Bank, a superregional commercial banking company.
Mr. Hull earned his BA from Colgate University. He holds the FINRA Series 7, 24, 63 and 79 licenses.
Representative transactions* include the following:
- Advised publicly traded regional bank in a $400 million sale to national financial services institution, providing fairness opinion to its board of directors
- Advised ownership of specialty manufacturer and distributor of industrial products in its sale to a NYSE-listed competitor
- Advised privately held owner of a forty-two store, franchise-based restaurant chain in a recapitalization
- Advised community-focused commercial bank in its $40 million merger
- Advised closed-end bond fund in a $22 million rights offering
* = transactions may have been completed while employed at prior firm