Energy Practice Added to KPMG Corporate Finance
One of the subsidiaries of KPMG ( one of the Big Four Audit Firms) KPMG Corporate Finance LLC, has included a team of professionals from Ewing Bemiss & Co which is a mid-market boutique investment bank that offers transaction advice services to companies in the sectors of energy, utility and power.
The Ewing team has finished transactions in various industries majorly emphasizing on power and energy and also in industries offering industrial services. The addition of professionals offers KPMG CF an established presence in the sector of M&A energy.
The deal advisory national leader of KPMG, Dan Tiemann in a statement said that as new technologies lead to exciting breakthroughs for those companies in Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities, there is a fundamental transformation being witnessed in the energy industry. The shift presents a huge opportunity for clients. The exceptional client service in Ewing’s decade, the hands on research and established relationships with key industrial participants boosts the sector’s expertise in this significant industry.
Ewing was founded in 1992 and its headquarters are in Richmond, Va. It offers sales, acquisitions, mergers and financial services to companies in the middle market across the nation. Ewing’s experience in transaction execution and advice has been utilized by operators and developers of distributable and renewable energy projects. Distributors and manufacturers concentrated on the markets of gas and oil power generation and to a broad range of infrastructure and other industrial markets.
The head of corporate Finance in KPMG, Phil Isom said that the joining professionals from Ewing will hit the ground as a complete and experienced team in banking investment pursues new opportunities in the Energy sector. He said that they have continued to serve as advisors that are trusted to the middle energy markets as well as power generation companies across the globe. Moreover, they have extensive expertise in renewable or alternative technologies as well as providing services and equipment to the Gas and Oil sectors. He added that the team is excited to welcome them in the KPMG CF team and they anticipate future opportunities in growth. Henry Berling said that they are pleased to join the team.
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