March 03, 2021

Deal Drivers: EMEA FY 2020

In partnership with Mergermarket, an
Acuris company

Despite facing uncertainty through the COVID-19 crisis, EMEA M&A markets proved resilient in 2020: deal value only fell by 1% to €835.3bn from 2019, although deal volumes saw a steeper decline of 15%. The top end of the market was especially active, with 28 deals worth €5bn or more, compared to only 16 the year before. 

What drove this activity? Which sectors thrived and where? What lies ahead? Will EMEA M&A have a stronger 2021?

Download Deal Drivers: EMEA FY 2020 to find out more.

What's inside?

  • Summary and Outlook for EMEA M&A
  • EMEA Heat Chart based on potential companies for sale
  • EMEA Top Deals 
  • League Tables: financial and legal advisors by value and deal count
  • Sector-by-Sector Analysis
  • Top Deals by sector
  • Year-on-year M&A Activity by value and volume
     

There's More...

If you'd like to see how M&A has fared around the world, check out our other Deal Drivers reports from EMEA, APAC, and the Americas to gain the latest insight into dealmaking.

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