April 13, 2021

Future of Transaction Management 2021: The Impact of COVID-19

As we pass the one-year anniversary of COVID-19, corporate dealmakers are operating in a world turned outside-in. Where they work, the transactions they work on, and how they run those transactions have been radically altered by the pandemic.​

What does the new corporate development landscape look like? In the 2021 Future of Transaction Management report, we take a look at how the world has changed for corporate dealmakers and how they continue to find ways to innovate despite mounting transaction management challenges.

Based on findings from hundreds of corporate development teams around the world, the report explores:

  • Key impacts of the pandemic on the way dealmakers work
  • Transaction tasks that present the biggest challenges
  • Strategies and recommendations to address your greatest workflow challenges

Complete the form to find out how corporate dealmakers are finding ways to adapt to a new way of working.

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