September 22, 2020

MuMAC 2020 Cross-Border M&A and Private Equity Investment Virtual Conference

Virtual Conference in Partnership with Munich M&A Conference (MuMAC)

DATE: Tuesday, 22 September

TIME: 9.45 am - 1.30 pm CEST

Please note this presentation will be in English.

 

In partnership with MuMAC, Datasite invites you to the Annual Cross-Border M&A and Private Equity Investment Conference, the must-attend event for M&A professionals, strategic and private equity investment professionals and industry advisors.

For the first time in its decade-long history, the conference will be hosted virtually and streamed live from Bayerischer Hof Munich.

Agenda:

  • 9:45 am    Welcome and Introduction
  • 9:50 am    [Keynote] Coronomics: Impact on the Transactional Landscape
  • 10:45 am    M&A and Private Equity Market 2020
  • 11:35 am    Distressed Opportunities under COVID-19
  • 12:25 pm    Value Preservation and Transaction Tools in Critical Times

Markus Schiller, Head of DACH and CEE at Datasite Germany GmbH, will join senior executives from PwC, Acquinex, GIMV, and Virtruvian to discuss and share best practices for getting deals done in today’s world.

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