Mergers and Acquisitions translation services
Winning cross-boarder and multinational mergers and acquisitions (M&A) relies on effective understanding and communication across all parties, no matter the region or spoken language of the investigators.
At Today Translations, we have more than decade of experience in providing professional, ISO-accredited translation services for M&A professionals, including private equity firms, corporate buyers and legal advisors.
Our global network of more than 2,500 linguists handle over 200 languages and specialise in a range of sectors and industries, including legal and investment banking. You can therefore rest assured that all information, documentation and data pooled together is translated to the highest standard.
M&A translation at the best price:
We work hard to offer you the best price for all translation services, including mergers and acquisitions translation. We’re confident that we provide some of the most competitive quotes in the industry for legal translations, which is why if you find a UK-based provided prepared to offer less, let us know and we promise to try and match their price.
Across a wide range of industries
At Today Translations, are qualified team of linguists have helped a number of law firms and international businesses with their merger & acquisition and commercial law translation projects. In the past we have worked on M&A projects in a number of industries including: tech, insurance and finance.
Putting you in touch with the best industry minds
Ian Miller MBE of Today Translations’ advisory board has more than 30 years’ worth of experience in dealing with mergers and acquisitions across a range of regions and industries.
While not a translator, he is our reference point for all mergers and acquisitions translation projects, providing our team of linguists with advice on the correct use of industry-related terminology.
Quality assurance and confidentiality
Today Translations is quality assured with ISO: 9001 accreditation and boasts some of the most robust security provisions in the industry, including:
- special vetting and legally-binding non-disclosure agreements;
- all information held in accordance with the data protection act;
- special in-house terminals for work on sensitive materials