July 29, 2021

Southeast Asia Deal Momentum: Managing valuations in volatile times

Date: 29 July, 2021

Time: 11:00am SGT

Virtual briefing in partnership with Mergermarket, an Acuris company

Southeast Asia M&A is back on the rise. Deal value from Q1 2021 eclipsed the figure set in Q4 2020, marking four consecutive quarters of growth since the initial shock caused by the pandemic.

The region will look to continue its strong deal making momentum into H2 2021, with regional consolidations, large private equity war chests, SPACs and economic recovery being the key drivers for deal activity. Cross-border activity is also expected to rebound sharply as overseas investors seek to capitalise on the region’s vast economic potential.

In this live discussion with panelists from PropertyGuru Group, Herbert Smith, Freehills, KPMG, Navis and Datasite we take stock of the M&A activity in Southeast Asia and consider the outlook for the rest of the year. 

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