October 12, 2020

Invest in Insight: Private Equity Market Brief on Acquisitions

Times are uncertain, and Private Equity fund managers are looking out for sectors that have been less impacted by the global pandemic. But despite today’s challenges, it’s a perfect time to take stock of where you are, and innovate to do better. In fact, 51% of PE dealmakers say due diligence is the area in M&A that could be enhanced most by new technologies and digitization.

Our new private equity market brief on acquisitions, shows how dealmakers are using new and emerging technologies to speed due diligence today—and make smarter investments for tomorrow. With market data provided by PitchBook, this report provides insights into:

  • 2020 global PE deal activity with prior year comparisons
  • Quarterly global deal trends by region, sector, and deal size
  • Due diligence trends from leading PE dealmakers
  • Current state of digital due diligence—and future trends
  • Recommendations to digitize PE dealmaking

It’s time to regroup and build momentum for a stronger 2021. Download and read our exclusive report today!

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