Mergers and acquisitions

We offer M&A advice to listed companies, privately owned companies and private equity backed companies. Our expertise covers the full breadth of the M&A advisory spectrum and includes majority and minority disposals to trade and private equity investors, corporate carve-outs, P2Ps, mergers, acquisitions in connection with platforms or bolt-ons and advice in connection with the raising of growth capital from either the debt or equity markets.

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Our M&A advisory offering

Sector specialists

We deploy our deep sector knowledge in all of our advice which spans the technology, media & telecoms, business services, financial services, healthcare, energy, consumer and industrials sectors.

International reach

Our M&A business is headquartered in London and we have an international presence in Africa (South Africa), Asia (India and China), Europe (Ireland, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Switzerland) and America (USA). Our global M&A team of over 200 people provide on the ground presence in major markets, allowing us to access trade buyers and financial investors from around the globe.

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