International M & A

International reach and local partners

With C▪H▪Reynolds you can rely on a capable network established for 20 years, consisting of reliable contacts to companies and investors in all relevant geographies. In addition, we maintain long lasting connections with investment bankers and M&A advising companies in Europe, Americas, India and Asia, with whom we have executed successful projects. Recently, we intensified our contacts specifically for Japan, Turkey and India.

Two decades of experience in international M&A transactions

Prior to the forming C▪H▪Reynolds, the partners gained experience in international transactions. Shortly afterwards, C▪H▪Reynolds decided to build a new international network of M&A advisory firms, following the same rules and ethics – rather than following one of the big existing business networks. We built this network for more than 12 years, covering 32 countries.

Thanks to our extensive experience with SME transactions, international interested parties and target companies, we have the required technical capabilities, strategic know-how, tactical skills and flair for negotiations all of which ensures considerable added value for our clients. Around one third of transactions we successfully advised on, have been cross-border transactions.

Co-operation with selected partners

Many of our clients work globally – together with local partners with outstanding sector expertise. This is exactly our approach: our international contacts are based on privileged co-operation with reliable partners. This trustful relationship has been developed over decades. Exclusive agreements guarantee confidentiality and fairness. We subsequently expanded this network.

Additionally, we take care of a reliable network of international companies and investors who appreciate good knowledge of local markets and sector expertise as well as market entrance.

This flexible structure puts us in the position to deliver local contacts to our clients and to react on short notice dependent on the needs of the respective transaction.