February 04, 2021

The New Americas M&A Landscape

Webinar on-demand in partnership with Financial Times Live
Replay now available

As we enter a new year, transactions put on hold are coming back to life, and M&A will have a significant role in shaping the recovery to come.

Join Datasite, FT, and our expert panel for this on-demand replay of our live webinar as we look ahead to what the year will bring for the Americas M&A market. Together, we explore the risks and opportunities that this new deal-making environment poses, including:

  • The rationale behind acquiring a company using SPACS
  • What structural innovations are needed
  • How will terms and pricing evolve in a post-COVID world
  • What M&A activity we can expect under the Biden administration
  • How dealmakers are navigating the challenge of transacting deals virtually
PANELISTS
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Michael Carr

Co-Chairman, Global M&A, Investment Banking Division, Goldman Sachs

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Ashley Evans

Managing Director, The Carlyle Group

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Harry Sloan

Founder, Eagle Equity Partners

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James Fontanella-Khan

US Corporate Finance and Deals Editor, Financial Times

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Mark Williams

CRO, Americas, Datasite

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