Burkhard Weber new partner at IMAP
Munich/Mannheim — Since March, Dr. Burkhard Weber (photo) has strengthened the six-member partner group of IMAP M&A Consultants and will from now on be jointly responsible for advising clients in the capital goods sector. He has particular expertise in the fields of mechanical and plant engineering, the construction and building materials industry, and the paper industry. Burkhard Weber joins IMAP from the US investment bank Raymond James, where he was Managing Director responsible for the expansion of consulting in the capital goods sector in German-speaking countries. Prior to that, the doctor of business administration spent almost seven years as Managing Director for the international M&A boutique Lincoln International in Frankfurt and New York. There he led numerous cross-border transactions of German and American companies, among others advising the German Würth Group as well as Bilfinger on transactions in the US.
Previously, Burkhard Weber was Managing Director and co-partner of the German corporate finance advisory subsidiary of the British investment bank Close Brothers. He started his career in the transaction business in 1996 at KPMG Corporate Finance, where he was most recently a member of the German M&A management team for a time.
“We are delighted to welcome a new colleague with such extensive expertise and diverse experience in cross-border transactions to our circle of partners,” emphasizes Karl Fesenmeyer, CEO of IMAP Germany.
Founded in 1973, IMAP is one of the oldest and largest Mergers & Acquisitions organizations in the world with offices in 35 countries. More than 400 M&A advisors in international sector teams specialize in corporate sales, cross-border acquisitions and strategic financing issues. Its clients are primarily family-owned companies from the midmarket, but also include large national and international corporations as well as financial investors, family offices and institutional investors. Worldwide, IMAP accompanies about 200 transactions per year with a total volume of more than USD 12 billion.