According to John Sloan, president of Globalscope, 2022 revenue results reflect the ongoing growth and expansion of Globalscope itself and validate the network’s founding principles and core value proposition.
“Globalscope was founded in 1987 by a small group of entrepreneurs who believed there was a need for a worldwide network of specialists who handled international M&A deals for middle-market businesses,” Sloan said.
“Their hunch was right. Globalscope has grown from a small cadre of friends into a network with 55 member firms in nearly 50 countries.”
In other 2022 highlights, Globalscope announced the formation of a new Energy Transition Practice Sector at its Fall Meeting in Bangkok. The team will specialize in M&A activities that involve the transition from coal and oil-based energy to lower carbon and renewable forms of energy production.
“Regardless of the sector, when there is a need for cross-border support, each member brings his or her own geographic and industry expertise to the table. Our goal is to give middle-market companies access to a level of M&A expertise that has historically been out of their reach,” Sloan said.
ABOUT GLOBALSCOPE PARTNERS:
Globalscope is a network of 55 independent investment banking firms, with more than 400 highly qualified investment bankers located in 48 countries worldwide. With more than 30 years of global M&A experience, Globalscope partners work in close contact with clients to make their business dreams a reality.