PARIS, October 17, 2017 – Bryan, Garnier & Co, the leading pan-European Investment Bank focusing on growth companies, is delighted to welcome back Marc-Antoine Janny to its European investment banking team, based in Paris.

With over eight years of corporate finance  experience in M&A and ECM, Marc-Antoine, will join the firm as Vice President and will be responsible for the origination and execution of private placement and M&A mandates for European growth companies, as well as help Bryan, Garnier & Co to leverage its footprint within its healthcare and TMT practices.

Marc-Antoine worked for Bryan, Garnier & Co as an M&A analyst from 2008 to 2011 when he left to join Michel Dyens & Co. He then founded Canary Street, the first European marketplace dedicated to the distribution of emerging designers in the home decor environment whose assets were acquired by Belgium-based e-commerce company Decovry. In 2015 he joined goetzpartners before moving back to Bryan, Garnier & Co as a Vice President.  During his career, he has developed a significant experience in M&A, ECM and fundraising transactions including: Capital increase of Airlinair (subsidiary of Air France), IPO of Integragen, disposal of Vemedia to Industri Kapital, disposal of Russia-based Ekomir Pharma to Valeant and the disposal of Italy-based Sharper Therapeutics to Gruppo Indena della Beffa.

Greg Revenu, Managing Partner, Paris comments: “I am delighted to welcome Marc-Antoine back to the Bryan, Garnier & Co investment banking team.  Marc-Antoine has an entrepreneurial mindset having successfully founded, funded, run and sold a start-up and as such brings with him a valuable perspective to best support the founders we advise”.

Marc-Antoine adds: “I am pleased to be back at Bryan, Garnier & Co and have a particular attachment to the firm and the great people working here. I started my career at the company and truly believe in its market positioning, strong track record and deep sector expertise in TMT and Healthcare sectors making it ideal to serve growth companies in Europe. I am looking forward to contributing to its future growth in the European market”.

Marc-Antoine holds a master in Finance from Grenoble Graduate School of Business and Singapore Management University.