BRAZIL BOUTIQUE - Creating a Niche

Jan 19, 2012


The most recent awards period was not especially active for specialist intermediaries in Brazil, with the big banks taking a very large share of the domestic M&A transactions. But Estáter, founded in 2003 by a group led by Pércio de Souza, has worked on its fair share of deals over the qualifying period. These included a $450 million capitalization for Tecsis, a maker of wind turbine blades, that brought in investors such as Unipar, Bradesco’s Bradespar investment fund...

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