Value and number of transactions completed by Terra Alliance firms for 2017 and 2013 to 2017

January 30, 2018
Andrew Clegg

As the exclusive UK member firm for the Terra Alliance international M&A network, Quercus Corporate Finance is pleased to announce that:

  • for 2017, the Terra Alliance's 15 firms completed more than 100 transactions with a combined value of more than US$7 billion; and
  • for the five years to December 2017, Terra Alliance firms completed more than 380 transactions with a combined value of nearly US$29 billion.

Particular sectors of interest in 2017 included Industrial Products & Services, Consumer Products & Services, Energy & Mineral Products and Infrastructure & Logistics.

Nick Standen, Quercus Chairman commented:

"These are highly impressive figures and demonstrate the power of the Terra Alliance across the globe.   International ambition is often at the heart of our clients' growth agendas and the network consistently offers global reach and scale, local market knowledge and direct access to potential buyers and sellers."

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