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Mergers & Acquisitions

International Bulge Bracket Capabilities With a Startup Feel

Advising Healthcare entrepreneurs who are exploring exit alternatives for their businesses is at the very heart of what we do at DaivenHill.

Over the years, we successfully represented category-leading Healthcare, Biotech and HealthTech companies and executed numerous M&A transactions with both financial and strategic buyers.

Whether you're just beginning to think about an exit or already juggle a few acquisition offers, we tailor our approach to maximize valuation and ensure attractive deal terms.

Through KPI-driven positioning and identifying buyer-specific synergies we create healthy process competition, while our extensive network of strategic and financial acquirers guarantees that you reach the best possible outcome.

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Key Factors for Successful M&A

We live by four fundamental principles that over the years enabled us to successfully advise tens of bootstrapped and financially backed entrepreneurs.

Access to Relevant Buyers
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We have extensive network and direct access to world's most prominent financial and strategic buyers, cultivated through years of successful M&A track record across bulge bracket investment banking.

No Corporate Red Tape
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We run lean deal processes, unnecessary time-wasting efforts and corporate inefficiencies. Our approach values candor, transparency and high-impact work to make sure great deals get done.

Thorough Preparation
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KPI-driven storytelling is more art than science. We have unmatched understanding of digital businesses and are experts in building sharp equity stories that present your business in a clear, concise manner.

Optimize Value
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Valuation is only one side of the medal. We help creating attractive and efficient transaction structures that bridge incentive gaps between sellers, buyers and management teams.

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