KPMG leads corporate finance deals

KPMG leads corporate finance deals

KPMG has crept ahead of Andersen in the latest Zephus deal league table, racking up £5.5bn of deals in the first nine months of the year.

Andersen, which had topped the table at the mid-year point, has now worked on Pounds 5.3bn of deals, while PwC has completed Pounds 4.3bn worth.

KPMG’s figures were boosted by the Pounds 113m MBO at Kirkgate Group and the Pounds 40m acquisition of Willis Group by Bristol & West.

Andersen’s largest deal in the past three months was the #107m MBI at Albion Chemicals.

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