Paris-based merger arbitrage start-up CIAM gets asset boost with €20 million IMQubator seeding

Thu Mar 24, 2011

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CIAM team: Frédérique Barnier-Bouchet, Catherine Berjal, Anne-Sophie d'Andlau

CIAM, the new Paris-based merger arbitrage firm set up in the second half of last year, has secured a €20 million seed investment from Netherlands-based platform IMQubator. The commitment more than doubles the start-up firm's total assets, taking its CIAM Merger Arbitrage fund to just over $40 million.

CIAM is led by founders Catherine Berjal, Anne-Sophie d'Andlau and Frédérique Barnier-Bouchet. Berjal, the start-up's CEO and CIO, was previously head of...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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