May 12, 2021

Deal Drivers: EMEA Q1 2021

In partnership with Mergermarket

After a volatile 2020, with a decline in M&A deals following the first wave of COVID-19 lockdowns, and then a strong rebound as dealmakers adapted, EMEA delivered a solid set of deal figures for the first three months of 2021.

Deal Drivers takes a close look at M&A in Q1 2021 in EMEA, and reveals that deal value increased 40% from €193.1bn in Q1 2020 to €269.8bn in Q1 2021. And deal volume grew by 14% from 1,918 deals in Q1 2020 to 2,196 transactions in Q1 2021. What sectors and regions drove this activity? And will it last?

Download Deal Drivers: EMEA Q1 2021 to find out more.

What's inside?

  • EMEA Market Summary and Outlook
  • M&A Deal Drivers in:
         UK & Ireland
         DACH
         France
         Nordics
         Italy & Iberia
         Benelux
         Turkey, Middle East & Africa
         CEE & SEE
  • Top 10 announced deals by region and subregion
  • Top deals by volume and value
  • Top bidders by volume and value
     

Deal Drivers Around the World

Interested in learning more about how M&A has fared around the world? Read our other Deal Drivers reports from EMEA, APAC, and the Americas to gain the latest insight into dealmaking.

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