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Tyndall Group and Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking Sign Cooperation Agreement to Develop M&A Consulting Business

Tyndall Group and Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking Sign Cooperation Agreement to Develop M&A Consulting Business

Tyndall Group and Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking, a subsidiary of Groupe BPCE, France’s second-largest financial group, have signed a cooperation agreement aimed at generating mandates for joint advice on mergers and acquisitions for its clients.

The agreement, which does not include equity investments between the parties, is designed to combine the unique strengths of each company – Tyndall Group has its extensive relationships with Latin American corporations, and Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking with its global network of M&A boutiques – enhancing your ability to propose a geographically diverse range of potential M&A mandates to your clients.

Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking’s global M&A network , spanning Europe, the US and Asia Pacific, has been built in recent years through strategic investments in seven boutiques. This unique model has supported multiple international deals between members of this network for the benefit of clients, and has enabled Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking to grow revenue from M&A activities to more than € 200 million in 2020 from around € 30 million. in 2014.

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According to Nicolas Namias , Natixis CEO: “Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking’s M&A model is based on two principles: experience, which is the foundation of everything we do, and cooperation, for the benefit of all parties and our clients. Our agreement with the Tyndall Group is fully aligned with these principles and will allow us to originate new transactions for our clients and continue to develop our M&A businesses as we implement our strategic plan, BPCE 2024. ”

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According to Jose Urribarri , Partner at Tyndall Group: “We are delighted to cooperate with Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking and its global M&A network and to have the opportunity to work alongside such a talented group of professionals. This is a very important step. for Tyndall that will expand our reach and capabilities, allowing us to continue adding value to our customers. ”

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