July 15, 2021

M&A Sector Spotlight: US Tech Opportunities

Webinar On-Demand
In partnership with Mergermarket

Tech companies have dominated deal-making this year, representing 31% of deals so far in 2021. Join us to explore this dynamic landscape with a panel of experts in the second installment of our sector spotlight series, "US Tech Opportunities". 

In this on-demand webinar presented with Mergermarket, industry experts will discuss current activity, as well as exploring some of the topics that will dominate activity over the next few years including:

  • The prospects for M&A in an ever-evolving sector
  • The return of Microsoft to the market and what it could mean for future purchases
  • Risks and trends to look out for

PANELISTS

Elizabeth de Saint-Aignan

Managing Director, Sun Capital Partners

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J. Stuart Francis

Senior Managing Director, Evercore

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Jennifer Simon

Vice President, Product Management, Datasite

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Rachel Stone

Reporter, Mergermarket (moderator)

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Note: the above link will take you to the marketing hub on Mergermarket.com to register for the event.

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