40 Year Industry Veteran Bill Gallagher of Jag Capital Joins Bio-Solutions Corp.
News Aug 30, 2011
Bio-Solutions Corp. has announced the appointment of Mr. Bill Gallagher of Jag Capital Inc, as Executive Vice President.
With over 40 years in Investment Banking experience, Mr. Gallagher has been, involved in many Private placements, Syndication's, Corporate Restructuring, Re-capitalization's, Asset Divestitures, Real Estate Financing's, and IPO's totaling over one Billion Dollars in transaction value.
Since 1994, Mr. Gallagher has been President and CEO of Jag Capital Inc.; an Investment Banking firm in San Antonio, Texas with major ties to the American heartland states. Jag Capital specializes in the hospitality industry, natural food products as well as nutritional supplements and energy transactions.
Jag Capital is also involved in forming new public companies, reorganizations, and various M&A transactions.
Between 2004 & 2008, Mr. Gallagher was Chairman and CEO of Sweet Success Corporation. Bill directed the funding and expansion of the Sweet Success Brand. Sweet Success is a supplement/meal replacement drink acquired from Nestle.
Sweet Success developed a new line which included seven new beverages. Sweet Success products were later licensed to an Asian company in 2009.
From 1994 to 1998, Mr. Gallagher was Chairman and CEO of Harvest Restaurant Group. in San Antonio TX. This Rotisserie chicken restaurant chain similar to Boston Market, went public in 1996 and traded on the NASDAQ.
Most Notably from 1991-1995, Mr. Gallagher was the founder of Billy Blues Food Corporation. of San Antonio TX. Billy Blues Food Corp began with two shareholders as a BBQ restaurant and a line of 3 BBQ sauces.
The company was a NASDAQ listing, eventually resulting with 8 restaurants and 15,000 slots of BBQ sauces including Chris and Pitts as well as placed west coast line of BBQ sauces on the west coast.
After graduation from the University of Texas, Mr. Gallagher worked in the investment banking business for Underwood Neuhouse, Dean Witter and Lehman Brothers and eventually started his own firm Gallagher, Knight and Co, Inc.
Mr. Gallagher had been lead underwriter and co-managed about one dozen deals including Helen of Troy, and First Bank of Dallas.
"First I would like to thank President and CEO Gilles Chaumillon and the Bio-Solutions Corp. Shareholders for giving me this opportunity to serve and build value and growth, for us all. As I will be serving as a member of Management, I am extremely pleased to join Bio-Solutions Corp, and participate in the day to day growth strategies. I see a lot of room for growth through the placement of current products, and the future acquisitions of new lines. I have the distribution channels, to help execute this. Being a NV Corp, Bio's dedication to American growth, is a step in the right direction for all involved in this company and country. Getting America back to work through Small Business, which is the backbone of our country, is something I am proud to be a part of" stated Mr. Gallagher.
"We at Bio-Solutions Corp. are very pleased to have Mr. Gallagher serve as an active member of Management. Bill has a proven track record in investment banking and the distribution channels necessary to facilitate growth and innovation. Bill brings to the table both the knowledge and experience, to get product placed, in the correct markets. We are ecstatic to have Bill on board, I welcome working alongside him" stated Gilles Chaumillon, President and CEO of Bio-Solutions Corp.
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