December 08, 2021

Q4 Corporate Roundtable: 2022 Outlook

On-Demand Webinar

For many, 2020 lasted a lifetime and 2021 flew by at record pace. With YTD global transaction values surpassing the previous 2007 record, dealmakers have had an incredibly busy year.

Join us for the final installment of our 2021 quarterly roundtable series during this on-demand webinar to hear what's on the minds of our expert panelists as we look ahead at 2022.  We will go over the good, the bad, and the ugly while exploring what’s on everyone’s mind. What’s next?

Topics include:

  • 2022 Outlook
  • M&A opportunities and market trends
  • Exclusive research into M&A and Corporate Development benchmarks
  • Corporate Development Best Practices from 2021

 

Panelists

Jennifer J. Fondrevay

Founder, Day1 Ready

Justin Gans

Managing Director - Investment Banking, Monument Capital Partners

Larry Gilmore

Sr Director, Corporate Development, VSP Global

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Abby Roberts

Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Datasite (moderator)

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