November 16, 2020

Deal Drivers: AMERICAS Q3 2020

In partnership with Mergermarket

After a tough year and a hard-fought U.S. election, M&A activity in the Americas is at a crossroads. Sustained recovery and a return to pre-COVID deal activity is in reach, but the outlook is uncertain. Sectors like big pharma and technology are poised to lead the way forward in the coming year, but many regional opportunities are emerging as well.

How can we know which industries will recover fastest? How will trends like consolidation impact the landscape? Which regions offer unique opportunities? 

You’ll find the insights you need by downloading the latest Datasite Deal Drivers: Americas Q3 2020 Report. 

What's inside?

  • Americas Heat Chart based on potential companies for sale
  • Analysis of 4 subregions
  • Top 10 announced deals by region and subregion
  • Top deals by volume and value
  • Top bidders by volume and value

Deal Drivers: Local Spotlights

Interested in learning more about how M&A has fared around the world? Read our Deal Drivers Spotlight reports from EMEA, APAC, and the Americas to gain the latest insight into dealmaking.

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