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Marc De Clerck

CDI Global Member

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Marc De Clerck

Marc is Managing Partner of CDI Global Belgium, Antwerp and Brussels offices, and heading CDI’s Healthcare Industry Expert group. He holds masters degrees in Applied Sciences in electronics and biomedical from University Louvain. He also received a post graduate in Economics from University Antwerp Management School and Corporate Finance and M&A from INSEAD, France. His language skills include Dutch, English, French and German.

Prior to joining CDI Global, Marc, was during 8 years, Head of Global Corporate and Business Development activities of Agfa HealthCare. He managed and closed more than 35 M&A deals up to integration, ranging from € 3 to 350 mio, including investments and carve outs. Previously he was Business Unit Manager in IT, software, equipment and consumables domain. He started his career, in Pharma segment, in the R&D department of Johnson & Johnson, Belgium and moved later to Bayer and Agfa. Marc was also Board Member in high tech companies in USA and Europe. He acquired specific insights in among others, Radiology, Cardiology, Orthopaedics, Oncology, Diagnostics, Medical Devices, Data Management and Hospital IT. Based on his 25 years industry and corporate experience, he has hands on knowledge of operations and the real impact of an M&A project on business, management and shareholders. Apart from company search and M&A, his experience includes strategic planning, business development and transformation management. Marc specialises in Healthcare, Equipment, Software, Services and IT domains.

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