August 06, 2020

Distressed as part of a winning M&A strategy - Virtual Roundtable

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MERGERMARKET, AN ACURIS COMPANY

On-demand Webinar

Whenever a downturn strikes, dealmakers start looking at distressed assets. This crisis has been no different, and managers have been busy raising money for dedicated distressed strategies, as well as diversifying existing mandates. But with demand for assets soaring, and supply remaining limited how should dealmakers safely deploy capital? How can you find the gems, and avoid companies that will stay distressed? And is anyone brave enough to look at retail? 

Watch this on-demand recording of a live panel of experts in an insightful discussion and Q&A hosted by Datasite and Mergermarket. You'll learn about:

  • Prospects for distressed and event-driven investing
  • Fundraising/capital raising in today’s capital markets
  • Risk and reward in the COVID-era
  • Sectors to avoid

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

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