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August 5, 2010

BGL Announces Global M&A Transaction in Industrials

Brown Gibbons Lang & Company (BGL), the United States office of Global M&A, one of the world’s leading independent M&A advisory firms, today announced the sale of HUBER+SUHNER’s radio frequency connectors business for the automotive industry to German headquartered Rosenberger. Rosenberger will take over equipment and patents from HUBER+SUHNER for manufacturing this product line.

With this step, HUBER+SUHNER, the Swiss specialist for electrical and optical connectivity solutions, tightens its focus on speciality cables and cable systems for high-end applications in the automotive industry, in particular also for hybrid and electric vehicles.

For Rosenberger, well-regarded as one of the internationally leading companies in the field of radio frequency and fiber optic connectors, the integration of the line from HUBER+SUHNER represents an increase in know-how and production capacity, contributing to further expansion of its product lines and market access in this area.

About Brown Gibbons Lang & Company

Brown Gibbons Lang & Company is a leading independent investment bank serving middle market companies and their owners throughout the U.S. and internationally. BGL’s professionals are experts in mergers & acquisitions, debt & equity placements, financial restructurings, and valuations & financial opinions. BGL is the lead U.S. shareholder in Global M&A, the world’s leading partnership of independent middle market financial advisory firms focusing on cross-border transactions. For more information, visit

About Global M&A

Global M&A is one of the world’s leading independent M&A advisory firms. Specialized in the middle market, we provide support and opportunities locally and internationally for clients buying or selling companies as well as financings, corporate restructurings and other corporate finance transactions. globalm&


HUBER+SUHNER is a leading global supplier of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity. With headquarters in Switzerland, 18 group companies, and over 60 agencies worldwide, it is close to its customers. The registered shares of HUBER+SUHNER AG are traded on the Swiss stock exchange SIX in Zürich.