The much anticipated Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor for Q2 2016 has arrived; and, to the relief of many dealmakers, deal volume is expected to grow.
Even though 2014 was by far one of the strongest growth years for global M&A, M&A’s comeback has never been as clear as in the first half of 2015.
The quarter's Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor data reveals an 11 percent increase year-over-year (YoY) in early-stage M&A activity globally.
North America’s M&A market is showing continued momentum, with deal opportunities remaining in place for the near future. Find out the top deal drivers.
Two high-profile potential mergers crashed and burned last week. But that doesn’t mean overall momentum for M&A in 2014 is gone — not by a long shot.
The value of the M&A market globally was around $1.75 trillion in the first half of 2014, according to the Financial Times.
M&A activity volume is on the rise and a good portion of those deals are in the technology, media and telecommunications sector.