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GGI adds six new firms to its association

GGI reports a clutch of new members to its association, Mirus Capital Advisors and SDR Ventures in the USA, Beltrae Partners in Northern Ireland, Centum Capital in Germany, Win Win Ekonomi in Sweden and AFAS Outsourcing & Consulting in Brazil.

Mirus Capital Advisors | Boston, MA, USA

Founded in 1987, Mirus Capital Advisors is an independent middle-market investment banking firm, with a proven track record of closing more than 300 transactions across a variety of industries.

In the early 2000s, the firm expanded its advisory work into buy-side and working with industrial clients in addition to high-tech hardware and enterprise software firms. Since 2010, the firm has become a leader in middle-market healthcare, industrial technology, consumer products, enterprise software and business services M&A, financings and valuations for private and public companies.

SDR Ventures | Denver, CO, USA

SDR Ventures offers M&A transaction advisory and private capital formation services across a wide range of industries. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, SDR serves business owners and operators of privately held companies across North America.

Core services include M&A Transaction Advisory – Buy Side and Sell Side, Private Capital Formation – Debt and Equity and Strategic Consulting. The firm has experience in health & wellness, pet industry, food & beverage, agribusiness, manufacturing, distribution & logistics, business services, healthcare, technology and oil & gas.

Beltrae Partners Limited | Belfast, Northern Ireland

Beltrae Partners Limited was founded in 2003 by Ian Kerr, Conor McCullough, James Mairs and Greg Hamill to provide corporate finance advisory services to a range of clients on the island of Ireland.

Beltrae Partners has completed more than 350 corporate and property related transactions in the last 29 years. Over the last 15 years, the firm has advised on the successful completion of over 190 corporate M&A transactions with a combined deal value in excess of £3bn ($3.8bn)

Centum Capital GmbH | Hamburg, Germany

Centum Capital, founded in 2002, is based in Hamburg. The company is focused on the needs and requirements of mid-market M&A business, supporting clients with corporate transactions and equity financing in the mid-market. Centum Capital works with family-owned businesses in the sale of their companies and creates transactions for private equity funds and supports the sale of portfolio companies.

Win Win Ekonomi | Stockholm, Sweden

Win Win Ekonomi is an accounting firm in Stockholm. It offers accounting and payroll administration services across a wide range of industries. International clients are served by a team of accounting consultants specialized in working with internationally-owned companies. The payroll team also assists clients with HR services. Win Win Ekonomi is a member of the Accountants and Auditors Association (FAR) of Sweden.

AFAS Outsourcing & Consulting | Sao Paolo, Brazil

Founded in 1991, AFAS provides outsourcing and consulting services in the areas of finance and accounting, tax compliance, financial department routines, and payroll/HR management and compliance.

The firm provides a full outsourcing solution and consulting for companies already established or beginning operations in Brazil and has a diversified portfolio of clients including companies from the US, Canada, the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, India, South Africa, and elsewhere in the manufacturing, telecom, technology, commerce, energy and business services sectors.

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