May 05, 2022

M&A Handbook 2022 Iberia

In partnership with TTR

The M&A market in Spain is recovering following two shaky years marked by historic disruptions to business-as-usual. TTR’s 2022 Iberia M&A Handbook, published in partnership with Datasite, provides a comprehensive analysis of the M&A market in Spain and Portugal, including M&A, private equity and venture capital transactions. 

The 2022 Iberia M&A Handbook was produced by TTR’s Research & Business Intelligence team, which aggerates and analyzes business intelligence, corporate financials and transactional data on a daily basis in close collaboration with deal makers.

The Iberia M&A Handbook 2022 includes year-to-date transactions in Spain and Portugal, and projections for 3Q22 and 4Q22, based on exclusive TTR data. The report includes contextual analysis and infographics on M&A, private equity and venture capital transactions, including: 

  • Historical M&A deal volume beginning in 2018
  • Breakdown of domestic and cross-border transactions
  • Transactional breakdown by sector and subsector
  • Comprehensive listing of financial and legal M&A advisors 
  • Most active buyers and sellers of 2021
  • Aggregate transaction value by market segment 
  • Largest private equity and venture capital investments and exits
  • Inbound and outbound M&A by country of origin and destination 

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