On 1 July 2019, Henning Graw (43) was appointed as member of the Board of Directors of IMAP M&A Consultants AG, joining Karl Fesenmeyer, Peter Koch and Dr. Carsten Lehmann as the company’s fourth board member.
Henning Graw, who joined IMAP Germany as a partner in January 2017, has successfully completed a large number of M&A transactions across various sectors, including the sales of envelope manufacturer Mayer-Kuvert-network and concrete formwork supplier NOE. He has actively supported the development of IMAP over the past years and further expanded the special situations M&A division both nationally and internationally. With 12 completed transactions in the past two years, the number of special situations transactions has more than doubled.
Henning Graw has more than 15 years of M&A experience and has advised on over 70 transactions in various sectors. Prior to joining IMAP, Henning founded his own M&A boutique, built up the (distressed) M&A division for Rödl & Partner and managed numerous international M&A transactions for several years at DC Advisory (previously Close Brothers Corporate Finance). Prior to this, Henning worked at TMC Turnaround Management Consult, where he developed and implemented numerous strategy and reorganization concepts.
"Thanks to his diverse experience, Henning has given us important impetus for the further development of IMAP in the recent years. We are delighted to have him join the Board of Directors as a proven expert who will continue to develop the company in a sustainable manner," emphasizes Karl Fesenmeyer, member of the Board of Directors and founding partner of IMAP Germany.
"IMAP is one of the top M&A consulting companies and continues its consistent development: high deal flow, a real international partner organization, a clear focus on medium-sized businesses and, of course, a distinctive team spirit – I am very pleased about the new function as a member of the Board of Directors," confirms Henning Graw.
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IMAP closed 140 M&A deals worth more than $5.2bn in the first three quarters of 2019. Consistent with IMAP’s track record, 29% of the deals were cross-border.