December 10, 2021

TTR Iberian Market - November 2021 Report

In partnership with TTR

How is M&A faring in Iberia? TTR’s November 2021 report, published in association with Datasite, reveals that Spain and Portugal have both seen has seen a yoy rise in M&A deal volumes for the year to end-November 2021: figures were up 21.34% and 28.22%, respectively. However, both countries experienced a decrease in deal values: Spain experienced a 6.90% decrease in the capital mobilized and Portugal figures were down 31.52%.

What’s driving activity in the region? Which sectors are seeing the most activity in each country? What were the largest deals? And where might the opportunities exist going forward? 

Read our new report to find out more details about the state of M&A in Spain & Portugal, including:

  • Total transaction volumes and values
  • Transactions by size
  • Leading Sub-sectors
  • Cross-border deals
  • PE, VC, and ECM activity
  • Legal advisor, financial advisor, and dealmaker rankings
  • Opportunities by type and volume

 

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