Duff & Phelps' Industrials M&A practice has extensive experience advising public corporations, financial sponsors, privately-owned businesses and other middle-market companies on buy side and sell side M&A transactions. We are known for creating high quality industrial acquisition opportunities, enabling us to elicit robust interest from both financial and strategic buyers. Duff & Phelps manages a tight, cohesive process that supports strong outcomes for the shareholders and management of industrial companies.
Duff & Phelps is the #4 ranked U.S. middle-market advisor over the past five years, with over 300 firm wide M&A transactions completed in that time.1
Our international presence and wide-reaching domestic resources differentiate Duff & Phelps from other middle-market M&A advisors, providing our clients with valuable global transaction reach and deep access to the private equity community.
Clients choose us for our:
- Senior staff, experienced in Industrial M&A transactions, engaged through every facet of a transaction;
- Global reach, including dedicated Industrial M&A professionals in the UK, U.S., Canada, Germany, Ireland and China;
- Financial Sponsor coverage and access to the global private equity community; and
- Breadth of in-house corporate finance and financial advisory services, which significantly enhance our Industrial M&A processes and outcomes for our clients.
(Source: 1. Thomson Financial Securities Data (U.S. deals $50M < $150M, including deals without a disclosed value). Full years 2014 through 2018).
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