May 19, 2020

Deal Drivers: Canada Q1 2020

Market conditions are shifting the playing field for Canadian businesses. With high levels of household debt and a natural resources-dependent economy, what may the road to recovery look like? Find out in the latest Datasite report.

 

Q1 highlighted topics include:

  • An overview of M&A activity YoY
  • Top Canada Q1 deals by sector, volume, and value
  • Sector Watch: The freefall of Energy, Mining and Utilities
  • Private equity's resilience despite challenging market conditions 
  • Government programs instituted to alleviate the economic impact of the lockdown

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For more about America M&A trends, download our Deal Drivers Americas FY19 report.

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May 19, 2020

Deal Drivers: Canada Q1 2020

Ready to Get Started?

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Future of Transaction Management 2021: The Impact of COVID-19

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The New State of M&A: DACH

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The vast majority of UK M&A practitioners believe new technologies should enable greater analytical capability in the due diligence process over the next five years. How else can technology help them and in what areas?

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