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Mergers and acquisitions

Adding the maximum value to your business through a merger or acquisition can be a complex and multifaceted task. From valuation to the completion stage, ensuring you are accompanied with the best expertise and knowledge, is vital for you to reach your business’s goals. Therefore should your company embark on either a merger or an acquisition, you need to be able to rely on the strong support of a bank that commands the relevant expertise.

ING Wholesale Banking provides strategic and financial advice to help you achieve your objectives. We advise and support our corporate and institutional clients – both listed as well as private companies – on a comprehensive range of transactions.

Our Mergers & Acquisitions team possess a strong knowledge on sell-side and buy-side, mergers, public offers, management and leveraged buyouts, takeover defence assistance and corporate restructuring. Not only do we offer expert advice, we also asses the terms of a transaction so that we can provide a fairness of opinion.

We also supply asset and enterprise valuations. Our vast network also means we can assist you wherever your merger or acquisition may be. You benefit directly from our strong combination of local market knowledge – especially in the Benelux and CEE – and global sector know-how.

Our experienced team will work with you every step of the way to ensure a smoothly executed transaction. By analysing your company and requirements we can provide you with creative custom-built solutions even in the most complex situations. So, whatever your merger or acquisition needs might be, let us know how we can assist you.

Maurits Duynstee

Mergers and acquisitions NL


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