Corporate Finance Associates

Corporate Finance Associates (CFA) is an international independent investment banking firm, headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in the United States, Canada, India and affiliated offices throughout Europe. CFA was founded in 1956 to provide M&A services to mid-sized private and public firms often referred to as middle-market companies. The firm engages in mergers, acquisitions, business valuations and corporate finance advisory services.

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