January 25, 2021

A Reflection On 2020 M&A Activity And A Look Ahead For 2021

CEO Rusty Wiley discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic affected 2020 M&A activity, and what dealmakers can expect in 2021. The article highlights key M&A trends from the last year, and explores how factors such as US tax reform, the availability of a safe COVID-19 vaccine, and additional government stimulus will impact M&A this year.

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