We advise business owners, management teams and investors on all aspects of corporate finance.

Our advice covers company acquisitions and sales, management buy-outs and buy-ins and raising equity, growth and debt capital from both public and private markets.

Our experienced, partner-led approach, coupled with our global reach and sector focus, delivers exceptional results for our clients.

Through this we have gained a reputation for straight talking and 'smart' advice, accompanied by an unstinting drive and commitment to exceed client aspirations.

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Alantra is a global investment banking and asset management firm focusing on the mid-market with offices across Europe, the US, Asia and Latin America.

The Investment Banking division employs 350 professionals, providing independent advice on M&A, debt advisory, financial restructuring, credit portfolio and capital markets transactions.

In Asset Management, Alantra offers its clients unique access to a wide range of investment strategies (direct investments, fund of funds, co-investments and secondaries) in six highly specialized asset management classes (private equity, active funds, private debt, infrastructure, real estate and private wealth management).

 

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Alantra advises on the sale of Clearswift to HelpSystems

Alantra advises on the cross-border sale of cybersecurity business Clearswift, to US-based HelpSystems. 

Alantra advises Doncasters Group on sale of two divisions

Alantra advises Doncasters Group on sale of two different divisions: Blaenavon Forgings sold to Arlington Capital Partners and UK Fabrications business sold to Radius Aerospace