19 September 2023
We’re delighted to welcome Translink’s Partners from across 35 countries as we host the bi-annual Translink Directors Meeting this month.
Taking place from 21 to 24 September at Anantara the Marker Dublin Hotel, we’re looking forward to gathering leading mid-market dealmakers from all over the globe to share expertise and best practice, discuss cross-border deal mandates and celebrate successes.
We’ll be hosting the DM against a beautiful backdrop in the fair city of Dublin, promising an agenda of intense networking, professional development and discussion of business opportunities.
There will also be the opportunity to enjoy the city of Dublin, chosen overwhelmingly by Translink members to be the host city, and no doubt enjoy some of the local hospitality.
Andy Haigh, Translink Corporate Finance Partner, said: “We’re delighted to welcome our international Translink colleagues to September’s Directors Meeting. The DM always provides a good chance for the group to meet and discuss trends and identify potential opportunities for cross-border transactions.
“Due to its global accessibility, vibrant culture and being a central hub for business, Dublin is a fantastic location for this month’s DM.
“As well as gaining sector insights and updates, we’re pleased to celebrate Translink’s continued growth. We will welcome new colleagues from all over the world to their first DM, including SMC Capital who represent Translink in India and Translink Germany in Berlin which is a new, albeit well established, office for Translink.”
Over the course of the three-day event, we will host a shareholder meeting, share best practice and industry trends and discuss dealmaking and opportunities in Translink’s main sectors – TMT, Automotive, Food & Beverage, Healthcare, Manufacturing & Distribution Logistics, and Energy & Environment.
We get the deal done
Translink Corporate Finance specialise in mid-market M&A, typically with a transaction value in the range of £5m-£150m+. Our large group of satisfied long-term clients range from mid-sized family-owned companies to large multinationals and private equity houses.