The Terra Alliance held its 40th international M&A conference last week in Chicago, hosted by North American member firm, Origin Merchant Partners. The meeting marked the 20th anniversary of the Alliance which was originally formed in Europe in 2002.
Over the course of two days over 30 delegates, representing 13 member firms, dived into global economic and commercial trends and explored the impact on local markets. Of most significance were the discussions about cross-border M&A opportunities and how the Alliance’s reach could most effectively support each other.
The network delivers consistently high levels of cooperation and over the past five years member firms have completed 515 transactions with a combined value of $112 billion.
The next Terra Alliance conference will be hosted by Italian member firm, Banca Sella Group, in Milan in Spring 2023. Banca Sella is one of Italy’s largest banks.
About The Terra Alliance
Formed in 2002, The Terra Alliance consists of 13 investment banks and independent advisory firms with coverage of more than 40 countries and offices on six continents. It is a highly effective network, characterized by strong cooperation between the member firms, and a long track record of transaction success. The Alliance meets formally every six months to originate cross-border M&A and to enable members to share local knowledge and perspectives. More details can be found at http://www.terra-alliance.com