August 27, 2020

Brazil: The Return of M&A for Tech Companies [Webinar]

In Partnership with Mergermarket, an Acuris Company
On-demand Webinar

Please note this presentation will be in Portuguese.

 

As the Brazilian M&A market stirs to life, the technology sector is gaining traction. FinTech, AdTech and Health Tech deals have all started to come to market, driven by strong demand from both venture capital and private equity. Strategic investors are ramping up their activity as well, with many new corporate venture capital arms launching.

Watch the on-demand recording of “Brazil: The Return of M&A for Tech Companies” – the second in our Market Persistence across the Americas webinar series in partnership with Mergermarket. The expert panel explores:

  • Deal activity and future prospects in the Technology sector
  • The hottest sub-sectors
  • Support for new start-ups
  • The search for Brazilian Unicorns

Panelists:

Rafael Baleotti

Director, Investment Banking, UBS

Fernando Mirandez Del Nero Gomes

Partner, Pinheiro Neto Advogados

Paulo Passoni

Managing Partner, SoftBank

Marco Saiani

Director, Datasite

Max Gonzales

Brazil Correspondent, Mergermarket

The above link will take you to the registration page on Mergermarket's marketing hub.

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