July 13, 2020

Canada Market Resilience: Overlooked Factors That Will Shape Canada's Recovery

Summary Report

July 2020

The last several months have been a whirlwind for Canadian dealmakers. The unique nature of the current downturn, however—a temporary shock to the whole economy, rather than a culmination of long-building imbalances—should be encouraging. Many businesses struggling right now are still fundamentally sound. As the public health threat dissipates, they should quickly resume activity. The big question: just how quickly that recovery will unfold. We may not have firm answers yet, but we can already see clues beginning to emerge.  Datasite recently hosted a panel of legal and economic experts, including partners from Deloitte and McCarthy Tétrault, on the topic of Market Resilience Outlook – M&A in Canada. We learned some surprising things.

Download the report now to learn more about overlooked factors to consider as Canada gears up for recovery.

Ready to Get Started?

You may also like:

Deal Drivers: APAC Q1 2022

M&A activity across the APAC region as a whole slipped in Q1, which was to be expected after a record-setting 2021. It’s a trend that can be observed across geographic markets an is best understood as a reversion to the mean rather than a cause for concern at this stage. Learn more from our latest Deal Drivers report.

Deal Drivers: EMEA Q1 2022

After a stellar 2021, M&A markets around the world experienced a return to levels more in line with historic precedent in Q1 2022. EMEA was no exception, with deal values and volumes declining. But bright spots persisted. Find out how EMEA M&A performed in Q1 2022 and what lies ahead for the region.

Deal Drivers: Americas Q1 2022 Report

After the ferocious momentum of 2021, dealmaking in the Americas has been easing down in recent months. Not so much a decline as a return to business as usual, the first quarter of 2022 offers clearer indications of what lies ahead.