September 23, 2020

The New State of M&A: An EMEA Perspective

Our new report surveyed 860 practitioners across EMEA to find out their views on the current and future state of M&A in the region, and where EMEA is leading the pack or lagging behind when compared to other regions. Find out:

  • What are the most important success factors for M&A in EMEA?
  • How does EMEA M&A benchmark against APAC and the Americas?
  • What aspects of the M&A process in EMEA can be most enriched by technology?
  • Will due diligence in EMEA accelerate in the coming years?
  • What are the barriers to adopting M&A technology in EMEA?
  • How are EMEA M&A advisors using technology to accelerate M&A?
  • And much more

What's inside?

  • Analysis: EMEA vs The Americas and APAC
  • 2020 The Current State of M&A
  • 2025 The Future State of M&A
  • Case Study: Clifford Chance
  • Case Study: White & Case
  • Case Study: Rothschild & Co
  • Case Study: UBS
  • Recommendations: Three Ways to Digitize Your M&A
  • Survey Results
     

Interested in other perspectives?

What do M&A practitioners in the Americas and APAC think about the new state of M&A? Find out their views in our Americas and APAC reports.

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