Predicting Future Deal Flow

Only Intralinks can accurately forecast future M&A activity.

For almost two decades, Intralinks has been the world’s leading provider of virtual data rooms supporting M&A transactions. Our involvement in the early stages of a significant percentage of the world’s M&A transactions gives us unique insight into the expected volume of future announced M&A deals and has helped us create the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor.

The Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor has been independently verified as an accurate predictor of future changes in the number of announced global M&A transactions, with quarter-over-quarter (QoQ) percentage changes in the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor typically being reflected on average six months later in announced deal volumes, as reported by Thomson Reuters. 

The Latest Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor Report

The Latest Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor Report

See the future of M&A (clairvoyance not required). The Q4 2016 Report provides a global forecast of M&A activity over the next six months. Use the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor to get a look ahead. Or get left behind.

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M&A at a Glance

M&A at a glance

Download this infographic for a Regional Snapshot of the Q4 2016 Forecast – plus a breakout by region and industry of deals being marketed right now on Intralinks Dealnexus®.

Intralinks Vice President Matt Porzio on CNBC’s Squawk Box

Intralinks Vice President Matt Porzio on CNBC’s Squawk Box

Intralinks Vice President of M&A Strategy Matt Porzio appeared on CNBC Squawk Box, speaking about M&A trends and the data from the Q2 2016 Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor.

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Allen Sinai, Chief Global Economist at Decision Economics, Discusses the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor

Allen Sinai, Chief Global Economist at Decision Economics, Discusses the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor

Allen Sinai, Chief Economist at Decision Economics, is a renowned economist and pioneer in econometric modeling. A past advisor to several Presidential administrations, he was also Chief Economist at Lehman Brothers and The Boston Company, and he regularly advises leaders from Japan, Europe and Asia on monetary policy. Here he discusses the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor and its validity as a forecast tool for M&A activity globally.

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