GCA Altium is the European business of GCA, a global investment bank serving growth companies and leading corporations

15 offices in 10 countries in the key M&A markets in Europe, USA, Japan and the rest of Asia

Global coverage with exceptional knowledge of local markets and cross-border capabilities

More than 300 experienced M&A bankers and growth company experts

M&A advisor covering all key sectors, with a strong focus on Technology, eCommerce, Consumer and Industrials

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GCA Altium advises Breitling on its sale of a majority stake to CVC

GCA Altium acted as exclusive financial advisor to Breitling SA, a leading independent, family-owned manufacturer of Swiss luxury watches and an internationally renowned premium brand, on its sale of an 80% stake to CVC Capital Partners' CVC Fund VI. As part of the transaction, Breitling’s majority owner, Théodore Schneider, will re-invest for a 20% shareholding in Breitling.
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GCA Altium advises Migros on the sale of Probikeshop to Internetstores

GCA Altium acted as exclusive financial advisor to Migros-Genossenschafts-Bund, the largest Swiss retail chain with over EUR 25 billion revenue in 2016, on the sale of a majority stake in Probikeshop to Internetstores Holding GmbH, a subsidiary of SIGNA Sports Group.
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GCA opens second Indian office in New Delhi

GCA has opened a new office in New Delhi, India, to accommodate further expansion of its business. The office is GCA’s 15th office worldwide and the second office in India after Mumbai. It will operate as GCA India Investment Advisers Private Limited.
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Latest Transactions

GCA Altium advises Breitling on its sale of a majority stake to CVC

GCA Altium advises Migros on the sale of Probikeshop to Internetstores

GCA Altium advises Solopress on its sale to Onlineprinters

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15
offices

in the key M&A markets across the USA, Europe, Japan and the rest of Asia

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Over350
transactions

successfully completed in the last 3 years

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Over1/3
of transactions

are cross-border

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