April 05, 2021

Deal Drivers Americas FY 2020

In partnership with Mergermarket

The Americas M&A market navigated a challenging year in 2020. Volatile stock markets and global economic disruption as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns and uncertainty saw declines of 14% in deal volume and 23% in deal value.

Download this comprehensive review of M&A activity in the Americas to learn:

  • Which were the bright spots for M&A in the second half of the year
  • Which sectors outpaced all others in M&A performance
  • How the US presidential election impacted deal activity
  • How PE firms will handle increased competition for assets from SPACs

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