Mergers Alliance, the leading international mid-market corporate finance partnership, has teamed up with digital agency Class Creative to proudly launch their new website and brand. Having worked with the agency previously, on the new version of our intranet platform, Mergers Alliance rehired Class to build their new marketing and sales website.
Stas Michael, Managing Director of Mergers Alliance, “Our new website and brand identity better reflects our market-leading position and clearly demonstrates the comprehensive service we bring to our clients across the globe. Mergers Alliance partner firms all have common characteristics and values, which means that we work together as one firm, despite often being thousands of miles apart. We feel the new logo is inspired by the coming together of knowledge and experience from around the world, for a single goal”.
The newly redesigned website features a cleaner navigation system, new photography, completed deals, member firm profiles, sector specialists and the latest news & opinion.
“While our name remains the same, our logo and website have changed significantly to better represent who Mergers Alliance is and what we bring to market for our clients,” commented Igor Gorostiaga, Managing Partner of Norgestion and Board Member of Mergers Alliance. “Our new identity is innovative, modern and professional – words we use to describe our Partnership.”
We are passionate about ensuring that Mergers Alliance members receive great customer service and support from us at all times and any feedback you have on the new website will be warmly received.
Mergers Alliance (MA) is a partnership of award winning corporate finance specialists who provide high quality advice to organisations who require international reach for their M&A strategies.
We focus on local and international deals up to US$500 million in value across a wide range of
sectors. Since the start of 2010 our partner firms have collectively completed over 823 deals, in 30
countries worldwide with an aggregate value of over US$ 37.5billion.