Alvarez & Marsal takes aim at Big Four, hopes for Macron M&A surge

Alvarez & Marsal has continued its drive into the transaction advisory business with the hire of four managing directors in Paris. The firm believes the moment is opportune because of regulatory change and the 'Macron effect'.

  • By Victor Jimenez
  • 21 May 2018

Jonathan Gibbons, Guillaume Martinez, Frederic Steiner and Donatien Chenu all joined the French arm of Alvarez & Marsal last week, having previously worked in France for the Big Four professional services groups.

Alvarez & Marsal, which is best known for advising on restructurings, is now enlarging its deal advisory ...

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