PE buyouts hit new heights in Asia-Pacific in 2016. And this trend looks likely to continue
The post-Brexit M&A meltdown hasn’t happened – quite the opposite. But longer-term prospects look more uncertain
Western European dealmaking peaked in 2016, with the highest volume ever and extremely strong interest from China
Stabilising oil and commodity prices and opportunistic deals, saw M&A in the EMU sector rise again in 2016. And 2017 could be even stronger
Deal volume rises sharply into developed markets
The record set for Chinese outbound M&A in 2015 and 2016 could become the new normal if China successfully manages short-term challenges.
The maturing nature of the non-core infrastructure space has now opened the door for institutional investors to move into the space
Despite a slow start to the year and an uncertain political outlook, US M&A accelerated into 2017.
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