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Woodbridge Opens Argentina Office

June 15, 2011

New Haven, Connecticut – June 15, 2011 – Woodbridge, LLC, a leading mergers and acquisition firm focused on middle-market companies, is pleased to announce the opening of its Buenos Aires, Argentina office.

The new office will serve Woodbridge clients in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. This is Woodbridge’s second location in South America, having opened its successful São Paulo, Brazil office in 2008. The São Paulo office was recently expanded to include an additional dealmaker, David Denton.

The Argentina office will be headed up by Alan M. Glass and Eduardo S. Biocca.

Alan has 17 years of experience as an investment banker and financial manager at several top-tier banks and corporations. At BankBoston, Alan led prominent debt restructurings in Argentina and conducted over 100 mergers and reorganizations as Financial Manager for Multicanal (Clarin Group). Previously, Alan served as Relationship Manager within the Corporate and Investment Banking units of Banco de Galicia and HSBC. He holds a degree in business administration from the University of Buenos Aires.

Eduardo has more than 14 years of experience in investment banking, commercial banking, corporate ratings and investment projects. He served as Director of Media and Communications Corporate Ratings at Standard & Poor’s, Consultant for the Chairman at Edcadassa, Relationship Manager at BankBoston. Eduardo holds a degree in business administration from the University of Buenos Aires, a Master’s in Finance from CEMA University and completed the Portfolio Management program at the New York Institute of Finance.

Woodbridge welcomes Alan and Eduardo to its team and looks forward to serving sellers and buyers throughout Argentina, Uruguay and Chile.

Woodbridge is a marketing-driven M&A firm founded in 1993 and headquartered in New Haven, CT. The firm operates from 10 locations across the U.S. and has offices in the Netherlands, Mexico, Central America, South America and Canada.