Terra Alliance meeting in London

LONDON 16 April 2018 – The Terra Alliance held its latest bi-annual international corporate finance meeting in London last week attended by Pickering Pacific.

Representatives of the Alliance’s 15 member firms came together to discuss current and future opportunities for cross-border M&A and capital raisings against the backdrop of a world economy which is forecast to grow by 3.1% in 2018[1].

During the meeting, it was announced that US investment bank, Consensus, would join the Alliance with immediate effect. Consensus focuses on consumer-facing groups.

The London meeting represents the Terra Alliance’s 33rd international corporate finance meeting following the most recent gathering in Sydney, Australia, in November 2017. The next meeting will be held in Singapore in October this year and will be hosted by Pickering Pacific.

About The Terra Alliance

Formed in 2002, the Terra Alliance now consists of 16 investment banks and independent advisory firms with offices in every continent and more than 40 countries. It is a highly effective network with very good cooperation and a strong record of transaction success. The Alliance meets every six months to originate cross-border corporate finance opportunities and to enable members to share local knowledge and perspectives. Over the past five years member firms have completed 386 transactions with a combined value of US $29 billion. More detail can be found at http://www.terra-alliance.com

[1] World Bank, Global Economic Prospects, 9 January 2018