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Power and utilities transaction advisory services

Our global network of transaction advisory professionals dedicated to the industry provides you with seamless service, no matter where you are in the world.

Doing the right deal right can make a utilities business more competitive and profitable – and help it grow more quickly

Clients turn to our transactions advisory services professionals for advice and support throughout a transaction’s life cycle, from early-stage, to execution and post-deal activities. Whether your transaction involves acquisitions, alliances, joint ventures, sales, divestitures or securitizations, we help you determine and secure the right deal.

We can help determine an asset’s true value, set up appropriate business and tax structures, optimize your position in regulated revenue and pricing environments, and execute the deal.

We combine proven practices and consistent methodologies with fresh thinking, giving the advice you need to make informed decisions, reduce risk and achieve a successful outcome.

Our services include:

  • Transactions support
  • Economic advisory
  • Utility revenue, price regulation and microeconomics
  • Infrastructure advisory
  • Valuations and business modeling
  • Cash and working capital management
  • Transaction integration and carve-out services
  • Transaction tax advisory
  • Capital markets advisory


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Steve Power    Steve Power 
Power & Utilities
416 943 3367

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