What makes us different?
Capstone is uniquely well-positioned to advise corporate clients in highly regulated industries. Our core policy analysis capabilities allow us to create value-added growth strategies, whether organic or acquisition-focused. We provide corporate clients with real-time and forward-looking policy analyses of legislative and executive branch actions that could present opportunities or create challenges. With our broad range of due diligence capabilities, our unique and varied public policy and industry relationships, and our propensity to go deeper in the weeds than anyone else, we are an ideal partner to help you solve complex policy and regulatory challenges.
We live in the weeds.
Our team leverages our deep and diverse policy subject matter expertise and our relationships with industry groups, regulators, policymakers, and third-party advocates to analyze the risk profile of corporate strategies and potential investments and create actionable best practices to mitigate risk and find opportunities.
Capital and Corporate Strategy
- Advise clients on acquisitions in highly regulated industries
- Provide comprehensive regulatory due diligence for acquisitions
- Advise on capital raises
- Industry analysis
- Consumer patterns and concerns
Policy and Political Analysis
- Provide access for corporate leadership to senior policymakers, including trips to Washington, DC for in-person meetings
- Provide real-time analysis of key political and policy changes with detailed analysis of industry impact
- International regulatory agency analysis and risk analysis
- Political risk audits
- Sanctions review
Our Latest Insights
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By: JB Ferguson May 9, 2022 — The Russian invasion of Ukraine in late February brought back for me vague memories of the mid-1980s, when the Iron Curtain separated the East and West and holiday dinners between my hippie-adjacent peacenik parents and “realist”...
By: Max Reale May 1, 2022 — With less than a dozen working weeks before the Senate departs for their August recess, Senate Democrats have failed to deliver the incremental progress we expected on a FY22 reconciliation package. Our initial cautious optimism that a deal...