Partner | M&A | Financial Advisory
Besöksadress: Rehnsgatan 11
113 79 Stockholm
Marcus is a Partner within Financial Advisory and he is the Deputy Head of Transaction Services in Sweden. Marcus has close to 15 years of advising clients in various M&A situations in the Nordics, Europe and the US. He has worked on approx. 350 M&A projects, he has vast experience from leading both buy-side, and sell-side projects in both domestic and cross border transactions. Clients seek Marcus expertise and capabilities in e.g. acquisitions and disposals of companies/businesses, carve-outs/separations and integrations, optimising cash flows and NWC, public-to-private transactions (stock exchange buy-outs).
Between November 2010 and July 2012, Marcus was based in San Francisco where he assisted corporate and private equity clients with M&A transactions mainly in the TMT, Retail and Services sector where he gained significant experience with US GAAP.
Marcus focuses most on the following sectors:
- TMT: Marcus been involved in over to 80 TMT deals across Technology (consumer software, software platforms, apps, various SaaS models, semiconductors and IoT companies) Media (broadcasting, magazines, radio, music, media infrastructure and newspapers) and Telecommunications (telcos, telecom hardware suppliers, IoT and telecom infrastructure).
- Retail: Marcus been involved in over 20 retail deals, mainly online retail transactions but also offline retail transactions as well as consumer product transactions. Marcus has also been involved in a number of Healthcare-projects.
- Services: Marcus has been involved in close to 50 B2B services deals, from blue-collar services such as construction, installation, sludge sucking, locksmith, coffee services, electricians etc. to white collar services such as marketing services, credit information, consulting services and more subscription-like services.
- Infrastructure: Marcus has worked continuously with infrastructure projects within e.g. district heating, electricity grids, wind and fibre/telecommunications