Mazars among top M&A transaction services (CEE)

Mazars is delighted to announce that, thanks to our Clients’ trust, our advisory firm has been once again highly ranked in the “Mergermarket Accountant League Table 2019” for Central & Eastern Europe.
  • no. 2 based on the total M&A deal value covered in CEE
  • no. 5 based on the number of successful M&A deals covered in CEE
Mergermarket ranking

This rewards a very fruitful 2019 year in terms of mergers and acquisitions activity, as well as the hard work and dedication of our Mazars Deal Advisory teams active in the region.

“With EUR 1.4 billion of disclosed deal value advised, Mazars confirms its strong position as one of the leading financial and tax transaction advisory providers in Central & Eastern Europe." - said Michel Kiviatkowski, CEE Financial Advisory Services Leader and Managing Partner of Mazars in Poland. "Our international firm belongs to the very few market players able to efficiently follow large multinationals, SMEs and Private Equity funds in their M&A deals throughout the region. Our robust geographical coverage combined to our cross-border group operational integration allow us to efficiently support our Clients coming among others from Western Europe (UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Scandinavia), the USA, Asia (China, Japan, India, Singapore) or South Africa. Our sectorial expertise combined to our tailor-made approach to each project are also key elements for us to achieve success.” - he added.

With 40400 professionals, 91 countries covered and EUR 1.8 billion of cumulated revenues worldwide, Mazars is today a global firm bridging CEE with the rest of the world. From financial and tax due diligence, valuation and corporate finance support to the restructuring of underperforming businesses, Mazars Deal Advisory teams offer vendors, purchasers and financiers all the necessary skills and expertise to serve every aspect of their CEE-based transactions. Our cross-border integrated team of specialists guides our Clients not only across the transaction lifecycle but beyond the phase they are in, even beyond the transaction itself, looking at their business and sectorial needs.