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Mergers & Acquisitions

We are here not referring to headline grabbing Wall Street type of M&A activity. No, we are referring to wealthy families or businesses seeking investment opportunities, which provide a healthy return, over the medium term, and identifying other local businesses which may be attractive to merge with or acquire.

It is also quite common for a business to come across opportunities to either acquire or merge with another so as to achieve growth, economies of scale and/or market share.

At FENCI we can help advise on any such localised M&A activity both from the buyers’ perspective or the sellers’ perspective.

If this is of interest you may like to read this article:

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20110505/business-comment/Is-property-still-a-good-investment-.363773

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