We find the best investor, the one willing to pay the most for your business

120 million businesses, 8,000 private equity funds and 50,000 Family Offices. With so many options, how can you identify the best investor for your business? ONEtoONE finds and negotiates with the best possible investors for your company, those who not only have the ability to buy your business, but also pay the most for it. Conversely, if you are interested in acquiring a company, we help you find the company that will create the greatest synergies for your business.



An international team, 100% focused on achieving your goal

The ONEtoONE team has seniority and can rely on resources for analysis and search which are totally inaccessible to other advisors. Thanks to the combination of knowledge, experience, methodology and technology, ONEtoONE is currently the best possible advisor in Mergers & Acquisitions to help you buy or sell a business.

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Worldwide M&A

Our international team finds the best investor for your business

Finding the investor with the best fit for your company is not easy, but what is even harder to find, is an investor who is able to pay the most for your business and get it to compete against the other possible investors. This is our speciality. Does your advisor have direct access to the main international investors? Do they have offices in the major cities?

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ONEtoONE has worked in more than 1000 Mergers & Acquisitions assignments on a worldwide basis, acquiring invaluable experience which can be applied to your transaction.


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