Q3 2019 Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor: North America M&A Expected to Bounce Back

NA region set to underpin tepid global M&A growth over next six months


20 May 2019

Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor

Following a disappointing start to 2019, with the number of NA-region M&A deals announced in Q1 2019 falling by 29 percent year-over-year (YOY), NA is predicted to stage a modest recovery in mergers & acquisitions (M&A) activity over the next six months. That’s just part of the story revealed in the Q3 2019 issue of the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor.

Based on growth in levels of early-stage due diligence M&A activity in NA virtual data rooms over the past six months, the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor forecasts that the number of announced M&A deals in NA is expected to increase by around 3 percent YOY over the next six months, within a range of 14 percent to  6 percent.

The sectors that are predicted to lead growth in NA M&A announcements over the next six months include Financials, Consumer & Retail and Energy & Power.

Find out more in the Q3 2019 issue of the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor report. Independently verified as a highly accurate six-month forecast of merger and acquisition activity, the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor is compiled by tracking early-stage M&A transactions globally that are in preparation or have begun due diligence. 

Download your copy here or visit our interactive digital site.

Along with our forecasts of M&A activity for the next six months, the latest issue of the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor includes:

  • The Digitalization Issue: a spotlight feature on how digital disruption is driving global M&A activity in key industries

  • An exclusive interview with Professor Dr. Michael Lamla, head of corporate banking at Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) in Frankfurt am Main/Germany, on China’s outbound M&A aspirations



Peter Braverman

Peter Braverman

Peter Braverman is vice president of sales at Intralinks, a leading financial technology provider for the global banking, deal making and capital markets communities.