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On October 18th we had the privilege of visiting the LANTEGI BATUAK plant in Getxo, Bizkaia. We met many people with disabilities who have many capabilities. Txema Franco, General Manager of the company introduced us people 100% capable who work for important companies. Everything is relative. It depends on the perspective from which you look. Diversity […]

IMAP Albia Capital grows in a good environment for M&A We expect to close 13 deals in our 15 th anniversary “IMAP Albia Capital, based in Bilbao and specializing in mergers and acquisitions, celebrates its 15th anniversary this year with a reinforced team, with a new corporate image and a healthy portfolio of opportunities to […]

  IMAP Albia Capital has provided advice to the shareholders of  AGROCOMPLEX-FONCASAL regarding the incorporation of the portuguese group BRASMAR as a strategic partner of the company. The entry of this partner,  which has acquired 100% of the share capital, is aimed at consolidating the presence of the company  in the mediterranean and North American […]

Aitor Cayero, CFA Aitor Cayero , CFA,  interviewed by TTR (Transactional Track Record) about M&A  activity in Spain during the year As an expert in Corporate Finance/M&A, how would you characterize M&A activity in Spain Year-to-date?  Despite an interannual slow-down in the M&A market in Q1 2019, presumably produced by some uncertainty looming in the […]

The aeronautical sector is currently atomized showing very significant differences between companies. Gaining dimension is the key to being able to face the challenges of the sector. Thay is why Fernando Cabos, partner and Pablo Gómez, Associate have reviewed the different growth models and alternative financing solutions to traditional banking. Thank you and http://hegan.comfor sharing this talk […]

IMAP closed 102 M&A deals worth over $3.5 bn in H1 2019. Consistent with IMAP´s track record, 27% of the deals were cross-border. Deals were closed across 15 different sectors, with Technology, Consumer & Retail and Healthcare the most represented.  

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