INSIGHTS: Why the Middle Market is Driving the Economy

The Middle Market is a key driving force behind the U.S economy, making critical national and local economic contributions and providing what has proven to be the most sustainable source of jobs and revenues.
There are three multidimensional segments — correlating to revenue — and each segment displays certain operational and other traits. But revenue alone does not adequately describe this sector; it has an incredible diversity of business structures. The Middle Market comprises publicly traded, privately owned, and family-owned companies, and even partnerships and sole proprietorships. For the full story, click here.