Private Equity and Investment
The European PE landscape has been growing in recent years and 2019 has seen the highest number of private equity deals ever made in the region, with the largest deal came to more than €10 billion. The value of M&A deals on the European market also reached over €880 billion in 2019.
M&A is growing substantially in the MENA region. The total value of announced M&A soared to a record of more than $120 billion in the first nine months of 2019, driven by the energy and power sector.
The African private equity market has expanded dramatically with more than 1,022 African private equity investments, totalling US$ 25 billion, recorded between 2013 and 2018. With the latest myth of ‘Africa Growing’ that pervaded the media after 2000 and after the 2008 economic downturn, private equity firms were gradually looking to developing markets for levels of growth that were unattainable elsewhere.
Our private equity and investment advisory services support Japanese companies to capture investment opportunities in the EMEA market in a wide range of areas, including portfolio and performance management, M&A strategies, fintech and exit support.
Our Key Offerings
Our team will provide practical marketplace insights based on our broad industry experience to support clients in projecting changes in competition landscape and market demands.
We measure several options to lessen the financial uncertainty for clients who want to expand their businesses to new markets in the EMEA by providing relevant data such as customers, partners, suppliers, competitors, and many more.
We provide thorough evaluation of market competition in the EMEA and learn from best practices to avoid costly breaches. We help clients with a better understanding of their competition by tapping on the unaddressed opportunities and blind spots.
Our team conducts analysis of buyers’ persona to generate their demographics, behaviors and buying trends and contribute to the creation of new products.
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