Set up in 2005, Croissance Partenaires is a French M&A and Corporate Finance boutique, specialized in small and medium-sized transactions (~30 to 150 million euros transaction value).
Croissance Partenaires works for a diverse client base in terms of industrial sectors, comprising mainly small and mid-sized family-owned companies, which we advise to prepare and perform their strategic financial operations, both domestic and cross-border and including mergers, acquisitions, disposal, equity or debt raising, leverage buy-out, restructuring and strategic advice.
Croissance Partenaires also services French and international large corporates for their small & mid-size transactions.
Croissance Partenaires advises every year around €200 to 500 million of combined transaction value, and is ranked among the most reputed small & mid-cap financial advisers on the French market, relying on a team of experienced professionals coming from investment banking and strategic advisory.
Croissance Partenaires is regularly ranked among the best investment banks in France for transactions between €150m and €500m (Ref.: France best investment banks - Upper-Mid Cap & Mid Cap)
Croissance Partenaires, which became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the French group COGEP, one the top ten accountancy and consulting services group in France with ~€100m in sales, is approved Financial Investment Advisor (“Conseil en Investissements Financiers”) by the French Autorité des Marchés Financiers under the number E002120.
A long-lasting & Senior commitment
A unique relationship
Independence & Confidentiality
Our team, led by Pierre Miallot, is composed of about ten experienced professionals gather on-the-ground experiences gained through both industrial and financial exposure
The senior team is composed of:
Previously, Quentin as worked as an analyst DC Advisory and within the PE fund Butler Industries
Acquired a majority stake of
Acquired a majority stake in the equity of
acquired the specialist of river logistics
Buy-side advisor and funding of the transaction
Raised additionnal quasi-equity from a pool of private investors in order to pursue its strategy of selective acquisitions