April 28, 2020

Deal Drivers: United States Q1 2020

Market conditions are shifting the playing field for U.S. businesses, as companies in every industry reevaluate their core strategy. Deals long in the works are getting delayed. Some, rebuilt entirely.

Which sectors are getting hit hardest? Which look to hold steady? What should you expect in the coming months?

Q1 highlighted topics include:

  • An overview of M&A activity YoY
  • Top US Q1 deals by sector, volume, and value
  • Sector Watch: How Technology, Media, and Technology is weathering the storm and coming out on top
  • Private equity's response to market disruption
  • How the new virtual work environment is affecting the M&A industry

 

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For more about America M&A trends, download our Deal Drivers Americas FY19 report.

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