NEW YORK — Gilbert Warner Harrison is a deal maker at heart and as aggressive and in-your-face as any investment banker. This year alone, his firm, Financo Inc., arranged the sale of Ellen Tracy to Liz Claiborne, Gloria Vanderbilt to Jones Apparel Group, and eight other merger-and-acquisition deals, representing the buyer or seller "exclusively," Harrison adds.

Yet he also acknowledges that Financo, which he founded in 1971, "doesn’t have institutional credibility. We definitely consider ourselves an m&a boutique."

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