Global reach

The majority of the transactions we advise on involve an international element.

When we are acting on the sale of a UK client business we engage with a number of trade buyers and private equity funds based around the world. We also advise many UK-headquartered businesses with operations overseas.

To do this, we assemble sector-focused, multi-disciplinary teams drawn from Alantra's 300 plus investment banking professionals based in over 30 global locations. To understand more about Alantra's global business, visit

We leverage this depth and breadth of experience to provide local intelligence for our UK clients looking to acquire overseas and help us identify and engage with international buyers when we are selling UK-based clients. This ensures we can deliver a unique, full service international capability.


Alantra advises on sale of leading UK specialist skincare clinic, sk:n

Alantra has advised Graphite Capital and the shareholders of UK skincare specialist, sk:n, on its sale to TriSpan, a leading private equity firm.  

Alantra advises Lonsdale on the debt financing of its investment in Charles Cameron & Associates

Alantra has provided debt advisory services to Lonsdale Capital Partners for its majority investment in London-based mortgage broker Charles Cameron & Associates.  

Alantra has advised Wilbur Curtis on its sale to Groupe SEB

Alantra has advised Wilbur Curtis, the second largest American manufacturer of professional coffee equipment, on its sale to Groupe SEB, the world reference in small domestic equipment.  

Alantra promotes Simon Peacock to partner

Alantra has promoted Simon Peacock to Partner. This promotion reflects the momentum behind Alantra and its growing global business, as well as the significant contribution that Simon has made to the M&A advisory business in the UK. 

Alantra advises leading UK access and scaffolding business on sale to strategic US trade buyer

Alantra has advised Lyndon Scaffolding, the UK’s largest independent access and scaffolding services business, on its sale to US-based BrandSafway.