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Friday, January 25, 2013

The Valence Group

Companies that produce industrial chemicals are essential to the modern world economy. Converting raw materials such as oil, natural gas, air, water, metals, and minerals into thousands of different products are impressive. When companies like them needed financial support, a chemical investment bank is ready to lend them a hand.

The Valence Group offers M&A advisory services which are exclusive to companies and investors in the chemicals and other related sectors. This company develops broad and deep transactional experience such as sell-side, buy-side, joint venture and corporate carve-outs as well as management buy-outs and fairness of opinions.

If you are searching for a chemical advisory that has broader knowledge on this field, you should check out the Valence Group. They are expert on chemical mergers and acquisitions. This group understands the strategic, financial and other issues that create the opportunities and potential roadblocks in any transaction so; Valence Group is the one you need. They are highly qualified to advise on the context of an M&A concerns. If you are in need of such expertise, visit the links above and check out the services they offered. You can contact the Valence Group in their offices in New York, Shanghai and London.

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