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Upcoming Deal Trends

Many companies view M&A transactions as an important avenue to increase their growth even in the face of a slowing global economy. A high rate of interest will continue to put pressure on deals until 2022. In fact, our most recent North American CFO Signals survey revealed that more than half of respondents believed that between 1% and 10 percent of their growth this year from M&A transactions.

While a myriad of challenges in the industry have slowed deal activity since the peak in mid-2022 the recent stability of inflation and interest rates is a positive indication that the worst is likely to be over. This, together with the increased confidence in the US economic system and the dissipation of fears of a potential recession, could encourage more companies to consider strategic deals during this year.

We believe that the coming year will be one of the busiest for M&A across a variety of industries. Industrial companies will remain a major target, particularly for acquisitions focused on cutting-edge technologies such as EVs and cloud solutions. We also expect that the energy transition to accelerate and that businesses in this sector may be looking to acquire assets and capabilities that can help them achieve success.

After a downturn in the tech industry in 2022 we are expecting an increase in 2024 as artificial intelligence (AI) and its associated applications, like artificial intelligence that is generative, attract the attention of businesses, investors and the general public. Additionally the healthcare sector remains a major area of M&A as investors and companies are racing to bring niche medical technology assets to market.

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