Central and Eastern Europe
The markets of Central and Eastern Europe over the last years have been growing faster than the advanced economies and today represent one of the main growth areas of the world economy.
Corporate Finance Partners with offices in Vienna and Budapest has been offering M&A advisory services in Central and Eastern Europe for over nine years. The CFP offices have an extensive M&A transaction record with over 35 transactions executed in the CEE region with a total transaction volume of over EUR 750 million.
CFP advised on buy-side and sell-side transaction mandates as well as financing assignments. Main countries of activity are Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Slovenia and Romania.
CFP has an in depth understanding of the economy in the region, as well as a cultural understanding of the CEE countries. CFP is active in different sectors, such as Telecommunications, Internet & Media, IT services & software, retail, financial services, transport and others.
CFP serves the CEE region via its own offices and has co-operation agreements with local partners in Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Albania.
Highlight transactions in CEE:
December 2011: MIH acquires Fashion Days
April 2011: Sale of MetalCom Zrt
MetalCom ZRt, a Hungarian network integrator, sold a 60% stake to Telelink, the leading network integrator in South-East Europe.
Corporate Finance Partners (Vienna and Budapest) acted as adviser to the Sellers.
CFP advised the shareholders of Hamilton, a Hungarian broker firm, in its sale to iFOREX, an online forex services provider.
CFP advised Advent International in the acquisition of Devin AD for EUR 40 million.
CFP advised shareholders of Spektrum-3D Kft., a Hungarian distributor of laboratory supplies, in its sale to VWR International LLC, a leading global laboratory supply company.
CFP advised Telekom Austria TA AG in the sale of its subsidiaries eTel Poland to MediaTel SA and eTel Hungary to Interware Internet Szolgáltató ZRt.