IMAP. Acquisitions, advice and more.

About Us

We are IMAP Netherlands, an M&A consultancy with a wealth of experience in buying and selling companies. We’ve got the best of both worlds: we’re down-to-earth Dutch and part of a strong international network. We have colleagues on five continents and can ensure that potential buyers from China to Chile are aware your company is for sale. We’re especially strong in the mid-market. It roughly encompasses transactions from 5 to 250 million euros in all sectors. IMAP Netherlands is among the top mergers and acquisitions advisory firms in the Netherlands. Founded in 2005, IMAP Netherlands has completed more than 250 (inter)national transactions. We have 2 offices in The Netherlands: Amsterdam and Rotterdam.


With more than 60 offices around the globe our advisors work together seamlessly to deliver exceptional value to clients

43 Countries
218 Deals Closed 2020
450 IMAP Professionals Worldwide
12.5 $BN Deal Value 2020

IMAP deals in numbers


IMAP M&A Transactions by Sector

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January - December 2020

Deals 218
$MN average deal value 65.1
Cross-border deals 30%
Deals with PE involvement 51
Global ranking deals under $500m 6

What Makes IMAP Unique

Owned by its partners, IMAP is an independent organization focused purely on M&A and transaction success. With over 450 M&A professionals based in over 43 countries, we work together in seamless cross-border sector teams and address each assignment with talent and dedication.

Our clients are primarily family-owned, mid-sized companies, but also include large domestic and international companies and corporations, as well as family offices and financial and institutional investors.

IMAP Values

We share the same common values and principles that guide our work, with our clients and with each other.

Execution: 'Strike while the iron is hot' - we design each step of the M&A process to increase the probability of successful execution.

Dedication: We are entrepreneurs and invest in to each transaction what is needed to succeed and abide by and continuously improve professional advisory standards.

Informality: Mastering the psychology of negotiations requires getting to know the people involved in the transaction.

Talent: Creating value for our clients requires looking beyond the obvious and leveraging the diversity of our resources and to come up with fresh ideas.