August 18, 2020

Deal Drivers AMERICAS HY 2020

In partnership with Mergermarket

It’s an unprecedented time for M&A in the Americas. COVID-19 has disrupted the entire region, and M&A activity fell sharply in the first half of the year. Already though, trends have begun to emerge that offer clues about the trajectory of the recovery in different countries and industries.   

Download this comprehensive review of M&A activity in the Americas to learn:

  • Which sectors have been surprisingly resilient weathering the COVID-19 storm
  • What the next six months look to hold for North American technology and telecom sectors
  • Why PE firms are eyeing investment in sectors they previously avoided
  • Which Latin American industries continue to draw international interest 
  • How life sciences companies in the region are shifting short- and long-term strategies 

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