IMAP completed 184 transactions with a total value of $11 billion in 2010
IMAP ranked No. 4 among the global middle market advisory organizations for 2010 according to the ThomsonReuters Financial League tables. Results for 2010 show IMAP ranked in fourth place for worldwide deals with a value of up to $50 million (based on volume of completed transactions). IMAP was also listed 4th for completed transactions up to $200 million worldwide. In 2010, IMAP completed 184 transactions with a total value of $11.1 billion, which represents a 79 percent increase from 2009’s total transaction value of $6.2 billion from 179 deals. In addition, 33 percent of IMAP’s 2010 transactions were cross-border deals (more)
IMAP (International network of M&A Partners) is the largest and longest operating worldwide network of M&A advisory firms. IMAP unites 70 offices in over 30 countries. Between 2000 and 2010, IMAP members successfully executed more than 2,000 transactions with a combined value exceeding $70 billion.