PARIS, 1 June 2021 – Bryan, Garnier & Co, a leading pan-European investment bank focusing on growth companies, is delighted to announce that Sanjin Goglia has been appointed as Managing Director at the firm.

Based in Paris, Sanjin will take up this new position to help develop Bryan, Garnier & Co’s business and strategy in the rapidly growing cybersecurity and compute infrastructure markets in Europe.

Sanjin, 40, has a distinguished career in digital security gained from working at large corporates such as Siemens and Deloitte as well as small start-ups focused on data analytics. He joined Atos in 2011, where he held multiple roles including; dealmaker for large, cross-border deals, global business leadership roles in the big data and cybersecurity divisions, and finally in Group M&A. In this position, he was responsible for advancing the cybersecurity acquisition strategy across Europe and US as one of the key focus areas of the Group.

During Sanjin’s career he has worked with clients on security deals and programmes around the world as well as on multiple recent cybersecurity acquisitions by Atos.

Olivier Beaudouin, Partner within the Technology team states: “We are delighted to welcome Sanjin to Bryan, Garnier & Co. He brings both a wealth of business experience and an extensive network in some of the key technology growth markets in Europe, which will help us expand our business footprint and support our strategic ambitions”.

Sanjin Goglia comments: “I have been impressed by Bryan, Garnier & Co’s highly committed team and their deep focus on building distinguished industry expertise. With strong recognition in the technology markets and a successful track record in supporting growth companies and their shareholders at all stages of their development, the firm is ideally positioned to become a leading cybersecurity and compute infrastructure advisor in Europe”.

With more than 60 private and public capital-raising and M&A transactions closed in 2020, Bryan, Garnier & Co benefits from its longstanding leadership in the healthcare, technology and environmental sectors in Europe. Recent transactions in the tech space include the acquisition of DL Software by TA Associates, the sale of Easyvista to Eurazeo, the sale of Specim to Konica Minolta,  the acquisition of Diapason by Apax, the sale of Ginolis to Cellink, the investment of Hg Capital into Smarttrade.

Over the years, Bryan, Garnier & Co has been active in the cybersecurity and infrastructure fields with deals including a EUR 20m series C financing for cyber threat intelligence company EclecticIQ, the acquisition of IT infrastructure and cybersecurity company Metsys by European Digital Group, the acquisition of Kompetera by Advania, a USD 80m series D financing for blockchain unicorn Bitfury  and the sale of the cybersecurity specialist Lexsi to Orange Cyber Defense.