CDI Global

MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS

CDI Global has strategically advised companies on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) worldwide for almost 50 years.

Whether you have a company already in your sights or you are looking for guidance for new opportunities, our cross-border industry expertise will help you find and execute the best deals. We combine M&A advisory, due diligence, macroeconomic forecasting, and financial structuring to provide complete solutions for our clients. Our teams on the ground in more than 30 countries have the local knowledge to follow market shifts and suss out both opportunities and pitfalls in potential mergers and acquisitions to ensure transactional success. 

Mergers & Acquisitions Expertise

Mergers

We provide guidance throughout the merger process, from identifying the right fit to addressing any specific challenges, ensuring our clients reach their strategic goals.

Acquisitions

CDI Global is highly experienced in helping our clients make acquisitions of other companies, both cross-border and cross-industry. 

Cross-Border Transactions

CDI Global’s network of offices spans more than 30 countries, giving us competitive advantage in facilitating cross-border transactions. 

Joint Ventures

In joint ventures, the right fit is key. CDI Global has the international reach and market expertise to find and negotiate strategic alliances. 

Company Search

CDI Global provides the active and focused search needed to target acquisitions that fit your company objectives.

Transaction Support

CDI provides full-service mergers and acquisitions transaction support including valuations, due-diligence, and closing support.

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News & Insights

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August 2, 2020

CDI Global Welcomes our New Member Firm in India

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July 14, 2020

Agora: CDI Global’s New Virtual Platform

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CDI Global’s 2020 Annual Meeting Rescheduled
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