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Government and public sector transactions services

We aim to work with you to evaluate opportunities, aiming to make your transactions more efficient and achieve your strategic goals. Whatever the size, nature or location of your company — and your deals — we strive to play a critical role throughout the deal lifecycle.

We help you determine the true value of an asset, set up the right business and tax structure and execute the deal. We combine proven practices and consistent methodologies with fresh thinking, giving you the advice you need to make informed decisions, mitigate risk and achieve a successful outcome.

With 8,700 transaction professionals worldwide and our experience of thousands of different types of transactions across all markets and industries, we’re ideally placed to bring together the people you need, wherever you need them. It’s how we make a difference.

We have experience working with:

  • Public-private partnerships (PPP)
  • Project & infrastructure financing
  • Procurement and evaluation advice
  • Privatization/corporatization advice
  • Vendor due diligence
  • Asset management & estate strategy
  • Strategic cost analysis & business modeling
  • Turnaround & restructuring

Contact us

Kirsten Tisdale    Kirsten Tisdale 
National Leader
Government & Public Sector
604 891 8266
 
John Bethel    John Bethel 
Vancouver
Government & Public Sector
604 891 8404
 
Vincent Cartier    Vincent Cartier 
Montreal
Government & Public Sector
514 879 8132
 
Claude Francoeur    Claude Francoeur 
St. John’s
Government & Public Sector
506 634 2165
 
Rick Valdemarca    Rick Valdemarca 
Edmonton
Government & Public Sector
780 412 2395
 

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