May 05, 2022

Q2 Corporate Update: The Big Pause?

On-demand webinar

Dealmaking in the Americas is slowing down. After a year under full sail, the market is adjusting to high inflation and geopolitical strife. How are companies navigating these uncharted waters? What risks do they anticipate, and what opportunities may emerge?

Join Datasite during this on-demand webinar, as we look into these deal doldrums in the second installment of our 2022 roundtable series. Our senior panel of corporate development leaders offered their observations, insights, and predictions for the second half of the year.

Topics include:

  • Market headwinds and tailwinds
  • Hot spots and risky endeavors
  • Activity and trends from Datasite
  • Best practices

 

Panelists

David Buckman

Global General Counsel, Allied Universal

David Garrity, CFA

President, BTblock | CFO & Head of Research, FYEO

Kimberly C. Petillo-Décossard

Co-Chair of M&A and Corporate Advisory, Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

Abby Roberts

Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Datasite (Moderator)

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