KPMG International was ranked as the leading mid-market provider of M&A services for both the number of announced and completed deals in 2016, according to Thomson Reuters’ Mid-Market M&A Review (deals up to US$500M). Furthermore, KPMG has also been ranked #1 in Global Mid-Market (up to US$50M) and Global Private Equity Mid-Market (up to US$50M) by Bloomberg M&A Advisory League Tables.
“M&A remains crucial for companies seeking to capture new opportunities and extract value in a market that is rapidly changing,” commented Leif Zierz, KPMG International’s Global Head of Deal Advisory. “In this new environment, our position in the league tables is market recognition of our ability to combine deep sector knowledge, breadth of services and an integrated global network into a holistic offering that continuously delivers value for our clients.”
Thomson Reuters Mid-Market M&A Review shows KPMG leading the M&A field in 2016 for Undisclosed Values & Values up to US$500M, with 432 deals. KPMG also came in first place in the European Involvement Mid-Market Rankings with 321 deals, and Eastern Europe Involvement Mid-Market Rankings with 33 deals.
Bloomberg M&A Advisory League Tables shows KPMG leading in the Global Mid-Market (up to US$50M) with 245 deals and US$1.2B in deal value. For the Global Private Equity Mid-Market (up to USD$50M), KPMG leads with 81 deals and US$378M in deal value. Global League Tables are based upon announced total values.
“We are proud of our professionals who work with our clients at deal speed whether cross-border or cross-sector,” said Phil Isom, KPMG International’s Global Head of M&A. “The breath of our network allows us to provide a comprehensive suite of services – from business case development and integrated business diligence through to 'Day One' execution and integration.”
KPMG’s Deal Advisory M&A team includes more investment bankers than any other global investment bank, covering the largest number of countries, with global industry reach. KPMG rank #1 amongst the Big 4 and M&A boutique firms with more than 2,500 professionals in 67 countries.
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