June 23, 2022

As the Tide Turns, What’s Next? H2 2022 Market Outlook

If 2021 was a high water mark for M&A, then 2022 is seeing the ebbing of the tide. In our latest report in association with PitchBook, Datasite assesses the new outlook for dealmakers.

By any measure, 2021 was a prodigy. PE capital investment exceeded $2 trillion, global deal volume surpassed 17,000, and dealmaking broke the speed record to average just 2.6 months from announcement to completion.

Such figures mean that even in today’s rockier macroeconomic conditions, there’s still plenty of opportunity out there. What’s next for 2022? Find out in our H2 2022 Market Outlook.

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Highlights include:

  • The buyout boom – Q1 2022 deal values may gain even more momentum
  • Buy-and-build – Add-on deals set to continue their upward trend
  • What’s in the pipeline? – Considering deal speed and holding periods
  • Weather ahead – The impact of interest rate rises plus valuation drops

Read all this and more and stay ahead of the economic clouds.

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