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GGI adds member firms in Israel and Hungary

GGI has added two member firms to its association in Israel and Hungary.

GGI has added two member firms to its association in Israel and Hungary.

The firms are Cukierman & Co. in Tel Aviv, Israel and EQUILOR Corporate Finance in Budapest, Hungary.

Cukierman & Co. Investment House Limited was founded in 1993 and provides services including M&A, private placements, public offerings, family office and consulting services to Israeli, European, Asian, and American clients.

They have made over $6bn in completed transactions, making then one of the largest corporate finance teams in Israel in Life Sciences; Technology, Media & Mobility (TMM); Green Technology and Real Estate industries.

Cukierman & Co. private equity activity includes the Catalyst Funds, facilitating growth of Israeli companies, with a special emphasis on China.

EQUILOR Corporate Finance aid their clients by implementing growth objectives and providing financial needs.

The organisation has participated in transactions in the energy sector through real estate development to insurance, and from venture capital and private equity type transactions through syndicated loans to initial public offerings.

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