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In addition to being a valued contributor at Divestopedia, Jeremy Azzarita is Intern at Clearwater Corporate Finance supporting the M&A advisory team in London.

Prior to joining Clearwater Corporate Finance, Jeremy worked as Analyst intern for IMAP MB Partners, a mid-market corporate finance company, in Budapest, Hungary where he performed valuations in Healthcare and Consumer sectors, contributed to the development of transaction documentations and identified as well as contacted potential investors.

He is completing a Corporate Finance and Structured Finance Masters Degree at INSEEC Business School in France. In addition to his studies, he was the Chairman at MHIGE between 2011 and 2013, a France-based student humanitarian association which brings medical equipment in Eastern Europe countries. Before entering INSEEC Business School, he earned a technical diploma in Finance and Accounting.

Recent Articles by Jeremy Azzarita

Getting Ready to Sell: Advice from the Experts

Valuable advice from our great Divestopedia Podcast guests.

Building a Valuable Business - Advice from the Experts

Some of the best pieces of advice on building a valuable business from our Divestopedia Podcasts.

A Guide to Merger and Acquisition Designations

Attaining a designation can be a key strategy for getting ahead in the M&A industry. Here are some of the top M&A designations, what they entail, and how they can boost your career.

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