We assist you at each development stage of your business in mergers & acquisitions,
disposals, fund raising, valuation, strategic and financial advisory.
Tandem Capital Advisors is an independent M&A and Corporate Finance advisory firm located in Brussels.
Our aim is to advise shareholders, enterprises and the management in M&A, disposals, capital raising, shareholding and financing issues, as well as on a wide range of strategic topics.
Our team is driven by a strong entrepreneurial mindset, a commitment to provide advisory of the highest quality, and a willingness to build long-standing relationships with our clients and investors base. The corporate culture is built on human values, a partnership and entrepreneurial spirit and a strong sense of commitment.
The team is composed of investment bankers with a large Corporate Finance experience in Belgium serving both large and medium-sized enterprises, as well as of strategy consultants with experience in a wide range of sectors.
Tandem Capital Advisors is also co-founder of the M&A Association.
M&A and Corporate Finance Advisory
2022 - ongoing
Virya Energy was founded in 2019 by Colruyt Group and Korys to bring together their participations in renewable energy. Its portfolio is composed mainly of its stakes in Parkwind, Eurowatt and Eoly Energy.
Virya Energy focuses on the development, financing, construction and exploitation of renewable energy sources and aspires to international expansion.
2022 - ongoing
SOCOFE is a Liège-based investment vehicle of municipalities. SOCOFE has a regional character, intervening in economic and financial matters of common and strategic interest. Its main investment focus are: energy, renewables, environment and water.
2021 - ongoing
Luminus is a reference player in the Belgian energy market where it (i) supplies energy, (ii) produces electricity and (iii) provides energy-related services to residential and professional customers.
Luminus plays a key role in Belgium’s security of supply. As of 2021, Luminus has an installed capacity of 2.3 GW, which represents c.10% of the total installed capacity in Belgium.