April 04, 2019

M&A Due Diligence in Europe

Due diligence has evolved over the past few decades largely due to advances in technology, including AI, data analytics and VDRs. So, how can it transform further over the next five years? Merrill Corporation in collaboration with Euromoney surveyed 200+ practitioners in Europe find out their views on the current and future state of M&A due diligence. For instance, practitioners in Spain believe that harnessing data analytics would accelerate due diligence the most—more than practitioners from any other European country. And German practitioners have the highest expectations that new technologies should enable greater analytical capabilities.

Download our M&A Due Diligence in Europe report to understand the key issues facing M&A practitioners in France, Germany, Italy and Spain, and how new technologies could transform the due diligence process for you.

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