Q1 2020 SS&C Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor: Struggles Predicted for Latin America M&A
LATAM is an outlier in global M&A growth in the first quarter of 2020.
2 December 2019
Globally, new mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deal announcements are predicted to make a robust entry into Q1 2020. Latin America (LATAM), however, is expected to show a YOY decrease by 4 percent, with a range of +2 to -9 percent.
That’s the forecast from the just released SS&C Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor for Q1 2020.
Our predictive analysis models from Intralinks’ and Refinitiv1 signal Peru, Colombia and Brazil as the strongest regions for the next six months, while Argentina and Mexico show flat to declining M&A growth.
Nonetheless, the Healthcare, Energy & Power and Industrials identify as the sector leaders. Real Estate remains – as in H2 2019 – the weakest performing industry here.
Want to know more? Check out the Q1 2020 edition of the SS&C Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor. Independently verified as a highly accurate six-month forecast of merger and acquisition activity, the SS&C Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor is compiled by tracking early-stage M&A transactions globally that are in preparation or have begun due diligence.
Along with our forecast of M&A activity for the next six months, the latest issue of the SS&C Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor includes:
- Spotlight feature: Are national security concerns affecting infrastructure M&A?
- An interview with Ken Schultz, M.D., CEO & Chairman of Los Angeles-based biopharmaceutical oncology company Trethera. He reflects on business development war stories from the biopharma front line, offering an exclusive insider’s view of transactions he’s led during his two decades of dealmaking.
1https://thesource.refinitiv.com/thesource/getfile/index/ccfa0895-7ebc-47bf-ae65-b1f792034ee2 Refinitiv’s data on the number of announced deals for the past four quarters have been adjusted by Intralinks for expected subsequent changes in reported announced deal volumes in Refinitiv’s database.
Claudio Yamashita is a vice president at SS&C Intralinks. He has more than 15 years of experience in technology and collaboration solutions with global software companies such as Oracle, Ericsson and Amdocs. During his career, he has focused on empowering companies with cloud-enabled technologies and services to help organizations improve efficiency with high-level security.