What Is Middle Market (MM)?

Patrick Curtis

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A middle market firm is a large firm, but smaller than some of global giants. The typical revenue range to be classified as middle market is $50 million to $1 billion. They are usually firms that are classified just below the market leaders (i.e. larger boutiques are below the bulge-bracket in terms of revenue, and hence would be classed as middle-market).

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