November 10, 2021

Deal Drivers: Asia Pacific Q3 2021

In partnership with Mergermarket, an Acuris company 

As 2021 continues to be a year in which dealmaking recovers from the lulls seen at the height of the COVID-19 crisis last year, deal volumes and values are proving resilient as year-on-year comparisons for third-quarter M&A data for the region make for a healthy trend.

Technology, especially the fintech sector across the APAC region, is making a loud splash on the global stage. Looking forward, the report suggests M&A in Q4 will be dominated by industrials and chemicals (I&C), and technology, media, and telecoms (TMT) sectors.

Get the full picture on dealmaking across APAC in our Deal Drivers: APAC Q3 2021 report and learn about the emerging trends in mergers and acquisitions for the last quarter this year and beyond.

 

What's Inside?

  • APAC Market Summary and Outlook
  • M&A Deal Drivers in:
    • Greater China
    • South Korea
    • Japan
    • India
    • Southeast Asia
    • Australia & New Zealand
  • Top 10 announced deals by region and subregion
  • Top deals by volume and value
  • Top bidders by volume and value

 

 

Deal Drivers Around the World

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

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