Europe’s Leading Internet corporate finance boutique
NOAH Advisors is the leading European corporate finance boutique focused on the Internet sector. The team advises on M&A transactions and major capital raisings valued between €100 million to €5 billion.
NOAH combines bulge bracket investment banking skills, an unparalleled access to strategic and financial investors around the globe and unique Internet industry insight. As an independent advisory boutique, NOAH provides honest and unbiased advice. The NOAH team very carefully selects deals where it can add most value and operates highly incentive-based to secure full client focus and maximise successful closing chances.
The company was founded in April 2009 by Marco Rodzynek, former Head of European Internet of Lehman Brothers in London. Since its foundation, NOAH has completed 25 transactions, including most notably: an undisclosed investment in 10Bis from TA Associates in May 2016, the $800m sale of Fotolia to Adobe in December 2014, the €80m sale of Trovit to Next Co. in October 2014, the sale of Facile.it to Oakley Capital in September 2014, the $230m sale of Yad2 to Axel Springer in May 2014 and the sale of a 30% stake in Softonic to Partners Group in February 2013.
NOAH Advisors also hosts the NOAH Internet Conference (www.noah-conference.com), Europe’s leading event for Internet companies and investors meet to network and discuss industry trends.
Three Conferences, One Mission:
Empower the European Digital Ecosystem
- NOAH Tel Aviv (10-11 April 2019): Connecting Israel’s Startups with Large Corporates and Investors
Mission: To promote Israel – European relationships and enable funding
- NOAH Berlin (13-14 June 2019): Connecting European Champions and Challengers
Mission: To bring together future-shaping executives and investors active across segments driven by digital revolution
- NOAH London (30-31 Oct 2019): Connecting Capital with Entrepreneurs
Mission: To provide a physical marketplace that facilitates funding of digital European companies at all stages