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Rickitt Mitchell Attends M&A Worldwide Forum in New-Dehli

Rickitt Mitchell has recently returned from M&A Worldwide’s Global Investment & Acquisitions Forum in New-Dehli, India. The convention, which was dedicated to sharing international M&A opportunities, was attended by over 150 Indian investors and saw over 300 live cross-border mandates shared. This came at a time of strengthening economic ties between India and the UK, emphasised by the recent visit of Theresa May.

M&A Worldwide also welcomed 5 new M&A advisory boutiques from Canada, Bulgaria, Portugal, Ukraine and Thailand/Vietnam,  expanding its global coverage to 41 countries.

Kaine Smith, Rickitt Mitchell’s UK network partner commented, “Over 150 investors and corporates attended the forum which is testament to M&A Worldwide’s ability to access opportunities on a truly global scale. The appetite for UK based M&A opportunities from the attendees was strong and the contacts we made leave us better placed than ever to source Asian investors for our clients. The fact that India has the fastest growing GDP of any major nation, is continuing to liberalise its economic policies and shares significant linguistic and cultural common ground with us presents North-West businesses with an emerging opportunity to access capital and foster trade relationships. In addition, we are delighted with the calibre of our 5 new network members and look forward to working closely with them in the future.”

The event built on the success of the network’s recent acquisition forums in Warsaw and Shanghai, both of which were attended by Rickitt Mitchell.

Established in 2004, M&A Worldwide is a global network of 42 advisory firms in 41 countries. In 2015, M&A Worldwide completed 423 deals with a total value of $3 Billion, underlining its status as one of the leading corporate finance networks in the world.

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