After completing internships at a private equity firm, a software development firm, and an investment banking firm, Miles Gally decided that Chesapeake Corporate Advisors was the right place to begin his post-college career. “CCA is the kind of company where your colleagues are always looking to help, and that fosters a great team environment,” he says.
As an investment banking analyst, Miles supports our senior-level investment banking staff in preparing the financial projections and business valuations that are essential to a successful deal execution and a strong outcome, drawing on his financial modeling skills. He also helps prepare the investment memoranda and presentation and marketing materials that the team uses in taking a client’s business to market effectively.
Miles’ curious nature, resourcefulness, and ability to get the job done, no matter the obstacles, serve him well in his role and make him a valued member of the investment banking team at CCA. He holds a B.A. in business administration from The George Washington University, with a finance concentration.
On the personal side:
A native of Rockville, Maryland, Miles played Division I basketball for three years at George Washington.
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