CFI.co award Best Cross-Border M&A Advisory Team Latin America & The Caribbean 2019

With headquarters in Miami and interests throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, BroadSpan Capital is a boutique firm providing the reach and quality of a large investment bank. Founded in 2001, the firm provides investment banking and advisory services to corporate clients and government agencies to facilitate cross-border mergers, acquisitions, financial restructurings, and capital raising. The firm is driven by a first class team that internalises BroadSpan’s immutable principles of integrity and professionalism, and fortified by each team member’s expertise in emerging markets and international finance. BroadSpan attributes its success to its work force of experienced, multi-lingual professionals, building trust with clients over the years by providing fiduciary advice of the highest quality — responsive, reliable, and value- added. BroadSpan has offices in Miami, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and Bogota, ensuring agility and local expertise of its geographically focused portfolio of projects, with a specialisation in Latin America and the Caribbean. Continuous expansion of the region is the strategic focus over the next five years, and BroadSpan’s leadership has sights set for possible development in Mexico. Through collaborative agreements and strategic partnerships, the firm has unlocked new markets and expanded its global reach, offering merger and acquisition (M&A) advisory solutions and services through affiliate offices in 30 countries around the world. The firm first came to the attention of the CFI.co judging panel from business leaders who trust BroadSpan to provide informed, independent, and objective advice — but it’s the indomitable spirit and demonstrated resilience that cinched the deal. The judges unanimously declare BroadSpan Capital as the winner of the 2019 Best Cross-Border M&A Advisory Team (Latin America & The Caribbean) award.

Link: https://cfi.co/awards/latin-america/2019/broadspan-capital-best-cross-border-ma-advisory-team-latin-america-the-caribbean-2019/