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About Transaction Advisory Services


Who we are

With the largest investment banking team in India with over 900 professionals and over 40 Partners, we deliver advice customized to your needs. Our in-depth sectoral expertise, combined with a global mind-set and local insights, helps you drive competitive advantage and increase shareholder returns.

Our credentials:

Our value addition and differentiation lies in our industry and sector-focused teams, which are a part of over 8700 transaction professionals around the world, with an experience spanning across sell-side, buy-side and fund-raising.

  • EY has been ranked as the #1 brand for TAS, among Big 4, by the Global Brand Survey 2017 conducted by Ipsos.
  • EY's TAS team in India has been consistently ranked as the #1 Financial Adviser in M&A League Tables on deal count across databases, for 15 consecutive years by Bloomberg (2002–2016) and for 11 consecutive years by Thomson Reuters and Mergermarket (2006–2016).  It has also consistently been ranked among the top 5 financial advisers on league tables in terms of deal value.
  • We have the largest solution teams for Valuation and Business Modelling and Restructuring.

Our integrated team of experts help you throughout the transaction life-cycle across various sub-solutions:

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EY - Capital Matters - April 2019

Capital Matters - April 2019

In this edition we feature an exclusive discussion with Byju Raveendran, Founder and CEO, Byju's.

EY - Capital Matters

Capital Matters

The publication features industry points-of-view and select topical articles contributed by our colleagues that we hope will help transaction leaders in decision-making.

 IT as a driver for M&A success

IT as a driver of M&A success

Together with Mergermarket, we surveyed 220 senior corporate and private equity executives about the challenges and risks that IT can present in the transaction process. Learn more in our latest report and video.

Size matters in working capital

Size matters in working capital

Large companies are better at managing working capital than small- and medium-size enterprises. Learn why in our latest issue of Capital Agenda Insights.