We work with entrepreneur-owned businesses, private equity-backed companies and large corporates on company sales, acquisitions, mergers and disposals. Our in-depth understanding of our sectors and of the global buyer universe enables us to think creatively about strategic positioning, identify interesting partners, manage complexity and deliver outstanding results. The majority of our deals are cross-border, with a mix of European, North American and Asian clients and counterparties.
Sellers: when the time comes, we’re by your side every step of the way. We help you evaluate your market, find the right buyer, and deliver the true value of your business.
And for buyers: our global network and local presence, together with a deep analysis of evolving sector trends, opens up a plethora of opportunities to expand your reach — and outpace the competition.
Marketing Services: Global M&A and Public Company Performance H1 2021
We are pleased to share with you the H1 2021 Marketing Services Sector Review, where we analyse global M&A activity and public market performance in the marketing services sector. We continue to see very good levels of deal activity in the Marketing Services sector with H1 2021 deal volume up by 22% on H1 2020 […]
The Global Technology Market Review – Q2 2021
As we predicted in Q1, deal activity has continued to increase in Q2 and the technology market remains very strong for M&A and public trading and optimism for future growth remains very healthy across all the technology sectors we track. M&A continues to be driven by strong levels of investment by private equity (directly and […]
The next chapter: Changing market dynamics in commercialisation and medical communications
The last twelve months have been a time of extraordinary activity in the commercialisation sector – the COVID-19 pandemic saw medcomms groups play a crucial part in keeping pharma companies connected with patients and healthcare professionals, and dealmaking was frenetic on both sides of the Atlantic, for smaller agencies as well as for emerging ‘CCOs’. […]