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After having spent 25 years in large corporations, from JP Morgan & Fitch to Interpublic & WPP,

Christophe set up Intersection M&A because he:

  • genuinely enjoys, as an entrepreneur,  working with other entrepreneurs

  • has acquired and integrated various firms during his career - building his M&A experience on the buy-side helps him provide compelling recommendations to the selling entrepreneurs

When you are ready to consider a sale,

you’ll find that besides advising you through negotiations and financial matters,

Christophe brings an extensive & international industry network.

His role is to accompany you during the sale process, which can be an emotional roller coaster.


It’s essential to have someone who speaks your language and can chart the best course for you. 

Christophe works with clients based in Europe & North America.


do get in touch.

Industries covered

  • Professional services in communication, innovation and management consulting 

  • Technology in media, entertainment, commerce and communication


  • Fashion, luxury, beauty & wellness

Christophe's bio

After studying economics, he started his career in finance, first at JP Morgan, then at advertising agency RSCG as a corporate treasurer.

Christophe then moved to the world of marketing, design and branding, working in such agencies as Fitch, Design Board, Lewis Moberly and Abel & Baker.

At the age of 33, he took a 2-year break, writing for music magazine XLR8R, dj-ing in London and waitering at Japanese canteen Wagamama.

In 2003, he went back to university to study an MBA at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School.

Before launching Intersection, Christophe spent a decade as head of digital & innovation for Europe

in two advertising agencies:  McCann Erickson (IPG) & J. Walter Thompson (WPP).

During that time, he was involved in ten acquisitions throughout Europe.

Christophe has written opinion pieces for The Wall Street Journal, Wired, WWD (Women's Wear Daily), Le Figaro, Les Echos, Le Monde and New Media Age.

He has been interviewed by and featured in the Financial Times, The Guardian, The New York Times,

The Economist, The New Yorker, Le Temps and the BBC.

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