Assisting companies to grow and prosper through M&As
Nihon M&A is a specialized company that has the most unprecedented track record in M&A intermediary services for SMEs. The offices in Japan are located in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo and Fukuoka. In the last few years, the demand for cross-border M&As of small and medium-sized enterprises has been increasing especially in the ASEAN region. In order to respond to this emerging trend, we opened an office in Singapore in 2016.
Nihon M&A Center was founded in 1991 to solve business succession problems of small and medium-sized enterprises through M&A. Initially we expanded M&A business in cooperation with partners that have close relationships with SMEs such as accounting offices and financial institutions nationwide.
As of 2017, we are tying up with 90% of regional banks nationwide and 70% of Shinkin banks across the country, and 670 partnerships with accounting firms. From the M&A network, we have acquired information on a very large number of companies who want to transfer, which is characteristic of our company.
Listed on TSE Mothers in 2006 and listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange for the first time as an M & A intermediary company in 2007.
There are 650 companies currently officially supporting their transfer, and it is increasing.
M&A intermediary service
In the M & A market of medium-sized small and medium enterprises in Japan, the seller side is the main cause of business succession problem, and this year when the baby-boomer generation begins to be 70 years old, the number of companies that have not succeeded to the next generation is increasing.
Branches: Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Fukuoka, Singapore.
Since M&A information can be acquired covering the whole country, the number of M&A brokers is the largest in Japan.
M&A business is being developed in the market specialized for small and medium-sized enterprises. We are building the largest information network in Japan concerning M&A of small and medium enterprises such as regional banks, shinkin banks and accounting offices. No. 1 share in Japan based on actual results and creditworthiness.
We issued stock options linked to the performance of the operating results of FY2016 to FY2018. We aim at achieving the ordinary income goal of each of the three years–namely over ¥8 billion for FY2016, ¥9 billion for FY2017, and ¥10 billion for FY2018–as minimum.
Company Goals & Objectives
Growth opportunities are infinite.
6 directors and 3 outside directors. Three members including full time director are members of the audit and supervisory committees.
Total 263 (as of December 2016)
Established in 1991
Establishment of financial institution network in 2000
Listed on TSE Mothers in 2006
Listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 2007
Establishment of Sapporo Office in 2010
Established Nagoya branch in 2013
Selected stocks of 2015 JPX Nikkei 400
Establishment of Fukuoka Office / Singapore Office in 2016