May 17, 2022

Deal Drivers: APAC Q1 2022

The beating heart of APAC slowed down as Greater China witnessed a steep slip in dealmaking. As a result, the region saw an overall decline in M&A activity in Q1 2022.

Still, dealmaking in APAC saw a less precipitous decline than M&A activity in the Americas and EMEA. With deal volumes aggregating to US$160bn in the quarter, the trend was much in line with pre-pandemic level of activity.

The positive news came from M&A in Australia and encouraging performance of sectors such as TMT and I&C. What is the road ahead for M&A in APAC?

Download the Deal Drivers: APAC Q1 2022 to learn more.

What's Inside?

  • APAC M&A Market Summary and Outlook
  • M&A Deal Drivers in:
    • Greater China
    • South Korea
    • Japan
    • India
    • Southeast Asia
    • Australia & New Zealand
  • Top 10 announced deals by region and subregion
    • Top deals by volume and value
    • Top bidders by volume and value

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