May 2011

Invest in Bavaria – Accuracy opens Munich office

Zeil: “Bavaria is a compelling location for international players”

MUNICH  Accuracy, the leading corporate finance advisory group, has opened an office in Munich, its second in Germany. Martin Zeil, Bavarian State Minister for Economic Affairs, welcomed the move saying: “The opening of Accuracy’s Munich office shows the importance and drawing power of Bavaria’s economy. Bavaria’s leading rank in Europe with its high concentration of potent and successful enterprises makes it an indispensible node in the global network of renowned international consultancies like Accuracy.”

David Cayet, Managing Partner at Accuracy Germany, seconds: “Munich, as one of Germany’s top business locations, plays a key role in our growth strategy.” Proximity to clients is of importance to Accuracy. The agglomeration of major listed companies as well as successful medium-sized companies in the Munich region enables Accuracy to develop tailored solutions at close hand to clients that contribute to their success. Cayetalso remarks that the attractiveness of Munich as workplace will help Accuracy to build a team of high-calibre advisors.

Accuracy is a truly independent corporate financial advisory firm that can offer companies and their shareholders a global reach in the field of financial advisory services. Accuracy now has offices in seven European countries and accompanies its international clients all around the globe. Accuracy combines extensive know-how in areas such as auditing techniques, valuations, financial modelling, financial forecasting, and market analyses in order to serve its clients and help them deal with diverse situations including: acquisitions, disposals, companies in difficulty, restructuring, litigation and dispute resolution.

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