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MAPP joins KPMG
We are pleased to announce that MAPP has been acquired by KPMG.
This alliance will open a new chapter in our development and we expect that joining forces with KPMG will allow us to strengthen our offering.
According to Anne Perrot, President of MAPP, “the strength and reputation of KPMG in Deal Advisory activities, as well as the potential for synergy with the Economics divisions in the UK and Spain, will help to make us a major force at European level, providing invaluable services to our clients, not least with the European Commission. The combination of KPMG's financial analysis capacities and our expertise in micro-economic and econometric analysis will also lead to innovative new opportunities in terms of damage assessments. We're very excited about the new horizons opened up by this deal."
"This acquisition is a major boost to our M&A support services. Thanks to MAPP's expertise, we can offer clients a clear and pertinent analysis of the strategic challenges they face in terms of competition. In addition to a wealth of market-approved expertise, we are thrilled to welcome a team who share the values and culture of KPMG, a fundamental requirement for the success of operations like this one." explains Axel Rebaudières, member of KPMG France's executive committee and head of Deal Advisory operations.
Nicola Mazzarotto, KPMG's Global Head of Economics based in London, adds: "The acquisition of MAPP is a key step in the growth of KPMG Economics services. Anne, David, Laurent and the whole MAPP team are not only leaders in the French market but also have a very strong track record in EU and international work. By adding MAPP's capabilities to KPMG's existing economics teams in the UK and Spain, and broader network of economists, we're positioning KPMG as one of Europe's leading Economics consulting firms and one with real differentiation in terms of its offering in M&A, lnvestigations, and strategy work."