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Arcéane joins GGI in France

Arcéane is an independent consulting firm that assists SME executives in divestment, acquisition and fundraising. Their team is composed of consultant-negotiators, most of whom are former business owners, which allows the firm to provide a global analytical vision.

Some of Arcéane’s key sectors of expertise are IT, technology, distribution, and traditional industries. They also support clients with business acquisition advice, business transmission advice, fundraising advice, and financial engineering consultancy.

The firm is located in France, in five main cities: Paris, Lille, Lyon, Nantes and Bordeaux.

They execute their mission according to a quality process, in order to maintain the confidentiality of the transactions and to master the communication of strategic information. The firm holds a Real Estate Transactions Card, which allows them to integrate the sale of industrial facilities. The firm also has comprehensive professional liability insurance and financial guarantees.

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