CDI Global

History

CDI Global has cultivated success for over 45 years.

Established in Brussels, Belgium in 1973, CDI Global was created to serve the middle market. Nearly 50 years later, we have stayed true to core function of delivering successful middle-market transactions on a global scale. We specialize in international company search for mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures, providing our clients with strategic insights and new opportunities. Our goal is to provide not just single successful transactions, but lasting results through ongoing relationships with our clients that keep the long-term growth and profitability of a company at the forefront.

We have now expanded to more than 40 offices in over 30 countries, with several hundred professionals dedicated to delivering transactional success. With CDI Global you find teams with deep industry knowledge, language capabilities, and experience with local business practices and customs so we can provide global reach without limit. We are known for the quality of our international personnel, our trademark interview process, and our in-depth knowledge of business strategy and corporate development.

CDI Global thrives on changing times and finding unexpected opportunities through cross-industry and cross-border expertise. Our firm is continually growing and expanding our international reach to provide our clients with industry-leading middle-market advisory, capital growth, project management, company search, and transactional success. We look forward to developing new relationships and facilitating the growth that drives our economy forward.

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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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Overseas Acquisitions: A Unique Opportunity for Chinese Chemical Companies to Gain Competitive Advantage
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Coronavirus: desperate overseas firms turn to China as lockdowns hit home