Online Private Market Networks (PMNs) have emerged as valuable tools for dealmakers by providing the M&A market with more opportunities to close deals faster and more efficiently.
Join Intralinks’ Tony Hill, Director of Intralinks Dealnexus™ and guest speaker Eric Korsten, Senior Vice President at Branford Castle on January 15, 2014 12:00 PM ET for a webcast presentation The Future of Online Deal Sourcing to learn how the dealmaking process is being augmented by leveraging technology, social media, and community-based deal networks.
M&A professionals are adopting social media and community-based deal networks to reach a bigger target audience and speed up the dealmaking process.
A new survey of over 2,400 global M&A professionals suggests the way that deals get sourced is undergoing profound change.
If all of this information doesn’t have bankers convinced to use an online deal sourcing platform, let the statistics speak for themselves. According to the findings of a global survey of more than 2,400 M&A professionals, almost 70% of dealmakers report that online communities of M&A professionals are making deal-sourcing more efficient. More than 40% of dealmakers currently use an online deal network to support deal sourcing and, of this 40%, over 85% of sell-side professionals have marketed at least one deal online in the last 12 months.
Intralinks Dealnexus conducted a global survey of over 2,400 M&A professionals to better understand how technology and community-based deal networks are influencing deal sourcing for M&A transactions.