About Us

Mid Atlantic Capital Associates is a boutique advisory and investor relations firm.

The Company has been involved in capital markets worldwide and has arranged transactions from Vancouver to New York and from Dubai to Singapore.

We are renowned for our ability to leverage unique industry knowledge, analytical ability, experience and relationships to achieve maximum results. Our business model is simple and old-fashioned, yet strategic and highly effective.

Our efforts have consistently delivered an increase in number of shareholders, market capitalization, client funding opportunities and institutional ownership. Our reputation and experience affords us a vast network of potential partners and investors.

With our assistance, our clients have raised in excess of $400 million in equity for ventures spanning almost every sector of industry.





Charlie Flynn is the CEO of Mid Atlantic Capital Associates, a boutique advisory and international relations firm.

Originally from London, his career in finance and technology has led him from the United Kingdom to the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Spain and Bermuda.

At Mid Atlantic, he has been involved in mergers, acquisitions and financings with a transaction volume in excess of $2.5 billion and has assisted private and small cap companies in raising in excess of $400 million in equity.

He began his career in technology designing and building personal computers in Canada in the mid-seventies to eventually become an authorized distributor for Microsoft and Apple. After successfully selling his company, Charlie joined Unisys in corporate development and mergers & acquisitions. After Unisys, he pursued his interest in finance to join a New York investment firm and moved to Boca Raton, Florida and then to Toronto, working with a number of broker-dealers in mergers, acquisitions and financings before launching Mid Atlantic in Bermuda.

Charlie divides his time between Vancouver, London and Los Angeles. He is the author of a number of books and is married with seven children.