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TCP Partners

TCP Partners is a multi solutions organisation who work fast and accurately to solve your capital, management and knowledge problems.

We understand the urgency of any difficult situation and our expert team are on hand to assist with it's clients in areas such as performance improvement, financial restructuring, capital raising and M&A, asset monetisation, recovery of non performing receivables and financial advise to creditors.

TCP Partners is led by its founding partner Wilbert Sanchez and supported by a team of experienced partners and professionals, who aim to work efficiently and flexibly with all their clients.

TCP Partners head office is located in São Paulo.

Services Provided:

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Operational & Financial Restructuring
  • IT & Automation Solutions
  • Fundraising

São Paulo Office

Av. Pres. Juscelino Kubitschek, 726, cj 152 - Vila Nova Conceição São Paulo CEP 04543-000

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Wilbert Sanchez

São Paulo-SP, Brazil

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