Every member of the MGI Worldwide Mergers and Acquisitions team applies the same partner-led client focussed approach that is established within the relationships we build with those we advise.
By taking the time to understand in depth our clients’ strategic goals, we can maximise the chances of identifying appropriate targets and ensuring that negotiations result in the best terms possible being achieved.
Local advice and global reach
MGI Worldwide delivers the best of local advice with a global reach. Our clients want advisors close at hand but need to be confident that they can find potential investors or targets for investment anywhere in the world.
MGI Worldwide's network of over 260 offices across 92 countries means that not only are we able to help identify buyers and sellers across the globe but, if a deal is to be done, we are ideally placed to advise on local accountancy and tax issues. Local experts can provide country-specific advice on matters pertaining to due diligence investigations and business valuation.
In any deal, a key to success will be good communication. That’s why it is vital that every MGI Worldwide firm has experts who are fluent in English but, more importantly still, our experts strive to ensure good communication throughout the team working on a deal so that everyone is well-informed and share’s the client’s ultimate goal. As new issues emerge we can identify them, discuss them with our clients, provide advice on how best to proceed and ensure that decisions are effectively implemented.
Read more about our Global team of M&A advisers here
Susannah Adams, London, UK; David Enser, Chelmsford, UK; Alexander Leoff, Frankfurt, Germany; Pierpaolo Vannucci, Lucca, Italy; Stuart Hendler, Cape Town, South Africa; Carmen Mihaela Simion, Bucharest, Romania; Rafael Castellanos Perez, Mexico City, Mexico; Osman Badat, Ebene, Mauritius, Francesco Bartolucci, Fano, Italy, Frank Fazzari, Toronto, Canada; Haruna Nma Yahaya, Mina, Nigeria; Veasna Chann, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.