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Saverio Rondelli Mergers & Acquisitions


Compass, Rondelli Advisers is a M&A boutique, based in Milan, Italy Founded in October 2006 by Saverio Rondelli, formerly


at UBS, Citigroup and WestLB; the Milan-based investment banking boutique, Rondelli Advisers, became the exclusive Italian affiliate of the international partnership Compass Advisers, to collaborate on cross-border M&A transactions involving Italian companies taking the brand name of Compass, Rondelli Advisers. Our mission is to provide our clients world-class service


through independent senior-level advice, a global network of relationships, and a talented roster of experienced investment bankers, fully dedicated to guide our clients through complex strategic initiatives in M&A transactions. Since inception, Compass, Rondelli Advisers has advised


many important domestic and international financial sponsors and corporate clients, helping them in successfully completing transactions, for a total transaction volume exceeding € 3.0 billion. The transactions, amongst others, include the largest Italian LBO in 2008 and the second largest in 2007. Compass, Rondelli Advisers is now one of the leading


M&A boutiques in Italy. We also have been honoured with awards recognising our client-focused approach resulting in successful transactions:


• DealMakers Global Awards 2011 – Awarded by DealMarkers Monthly


• Fast Emerging M&A Firm of the Year 2010 – Awarded by Corporate Intl Global Awards


• Investment Bank of the Year 2010 – Awarded by Intercontinental Finance Magazine Global Awards


• Investment Bank Of the Year 2009 – Awarded by ACQ Global, category Southern Europe


C O M P A S S R O N D E L L I


Contact:


Saverio Rondelli, Partner Compass Rondelli Advisers Via Santa Radegonda, 11 - 20121 Milan, Italy


Tel: +39 02 303095800 Fax: +39 02 303095806


Email: saverio.rondelli@ca-llp.com Website: www-ca-llp.com


Capitau Advisory Ltd Mergers & Acquisitions


Capitau is a South African based acquisition, advisory and private investment house. It is a pioneer in South African debt capital markets with a proven track record in large, complex buy outs. Capitau has sourced, structured and executed leveraged acquisitions in excess of US$3 billion since 2005. In addition, Capitau is also involved in alternative asset management and currently has two funds. The Capitau SA Partnership was launched in 2010 as a special opportunity fund to invest in structured equity instruments issued by transactions originated by Capitau. This fund is closed and fully invested. Capitau Investment Partners Credit Fund originates, structures and invests predominantly mezzanine debt in buy-outs, strategic investments, consolidations, recapitalizations, mergers and acquisitions. Having concluded a first closing in 2011, the fund is currently open for commitments. The core of the team has worked together since 1999 at


one of South Africa’s top private equity firms before forming Capitau in 2007. With strong shareholders comprising of Capitau's founders, niche bank Grindrod and financial service group Genesis Capital, Capitau has a global network of traditional and alternative financiers. Capitau have been the recipient of a number of global


and domestic awards, the most recent being for the best South African private equity deal in 2010 for the management buyout of Foodcorp (Pty) Ltd.


A D V I S E R S


Contact:


Shane Thompson Partner


Tel: +27 (011) 621 4903 Email: sthompson@capitau.com Website: www.capitau.com


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