October 25, 2018

The Monthly M&A Insider - October 2018

Growth in global deal activity slowed in Q3 amid geo-political concerns. Year-to-date M&A value in 2018 remains far ahead of the total from the same period last year.

The October M&A Insider explores the global M&A market with a focus on numbers, movements and trends as well as:

  • Global regional trends and breakdowns: North America was the leading region for M&A in the quarter, with deals valued at a total of US$370.4bn.
  • Private equity buyout value declined for the second straight quarter.
  • Sector analysis: EMU continues to lead the way with 320 deals in Q3.

Download your copy of the October 2018 Monthly M&A Insider today.

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