MCF Corporate Finance appoints Atul Monga as partner to lead its technology practice in London

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MCF Corporate Finance, the leading corporate finance advisory firm, has appointed Atul Monga, CFA, as a partner in its technology practice in London.

MCF specializes in cross-border and domestic M&A transactions and capital raising in Europe, across five main verticals: business services, industrials, consumer, materials and technology. The company’s approximately 60 professionals operate from offices in London, Helsinki, Stockholm and Hamburg.

Since its creation, the firm has advised more than 500 transactions, in several industrial sectors and countries. The team continues to work closely with DA Davidson, the growing North American investment bank.

Atul joins MCF’s growing technology team after most recently serving as an investor, strategic advisor and non-executive director for a number of technology companies, including Renovite Technologies and Conferma Pay. Previously, he spent 13 years at Deloitte and Grant Thornton in M&A and 6 years in financial services.

Atul has advised companies in the technology, media and telecommunications sectors, and more recently focused on software, data and analytics, fintech and payment businesses.

Atul is a CFA charterholder and holds an MBA from London Business School, having obtained an engineering degree.

The appointment comes as MCF Corporate Finance continues to grow its technology advisory practice. The firm also recently promoted Erik Pettersson to partner in its Stockholm office.

Hans-Christoph Stadel, Managing Partner at MCF Corporate Finance said: “We are delighted to welcome Atul to the team. His considerable expertise in the fintech field will be a huge advantage for the company and its customers.

“Technology has been a key focus area for the company in recent years. Atul’s appointment, along with other strategic hires and promotions across the company, will push our service offering into the technology sector to a higher level.”

“MCF will now have a technology partner in each of its four offices. This will strengthen our cross-border approach to M&A advisory.

“Each of our advisors on the technology team brings knowledge of local markets, as well as specific expertise in various technology sub-sectors.”


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