A Better Way To M&A: Zeroing In On Telecom Value

Exhibit 1 EMEA telecom M&A activity

by McKinsey & Company
With organic growth opportunities narrowing, telecom players need a better way to screen potential M&A targets. A data-rich, heat map–based approach can help. The recent surge in telecom M&A activity raises an important question: which acquisitions will create the most value for your company? Always important, mergers and acquisitions (M&As) have become essential among expansion-minded telecom players in Europe as organic growth opportunities begin to evaporate. […] Read more

iDeal – Defining M&A Analytics

iDeal – Defining M&A Analytics

by Deloitte
The Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) lifecycle is awash in data. It starts long before the diligence phase and picks up steam when companies share, solicit, and parse information for go or no-go decisions. But the entire M&A lifecycle — negotiations through post-deal, in addition to diligence — is marked by the need to make smarter decisions at what is often an incredibly high rate of speed with a high level of confidence in order to avoid doing a deal you might regret. […] Read more

Technology Capital Confidence Barometer – Drive For Innovation And Growth Sustains Record Technology M&A

Figure 1 Key findings

by Ernst & Young
What is driving tech M&A at such high, sustained levels? Technology executives in this 15th Capital Confidence Barometer say it is the need to innovate and grow — and acquire the talent to do both. That’s simple enough, except for the increasingly complicated economic, business and technology trends around us. […] Read more

Merging Alliances: Ignore at Your Own Risk

by Deloitte
With U.S. companies pursuing alliances, joint ventures and/or partnerships in record numbers, most merger & acquisition (M&A) transactions are bound to involve dozens if not hundreds of strategic business-to-business relationships. Yet few merging companies devote as much time and effort to integrating alliances as they do to combining personnel, processes, technology and physical facilities. […] Read more

Merging Alliances: Ignore at Your Own Risk

by Deloitte
With U.S. companies pursuing alliances, joint ventures and/or partnerships in record numbers, most merger & acquisition (M&A) transactions are bound to involve dozens if not hundreds of strategic business-to-business relationships. Yet few merging companies devote as much time and effort to integrating alliances as they do to combining personnel, processes, technology and physical facilities. […] Read more

Merging Alliances: Ignore at Your Own Risk

by Deloitte
With U.S. companies pursuing alliances, joint ventures and/or partnerships in record numbers, most merger & acquisition (M&A) transactions are bound to involve dozens if not hundreds of strategic business-to-business relationships. Yet few merging companies devote as much time and effort to integrating alliances as they do to combining personnel, processes, technology and physical facilities. […] Read more

Banking On Consolidation: To Gain The Scale Needed To Compete, Mid-Tier Firms Need To Join Forces

Banking On Consolidation: To Gain The Scale Needed To Compete, Mid-Tier Firms Need To Join Forces

by PricewaterhouseCoopers
The U.S. banking industry has largely sat out the impressive surge in M&A activity of the last few years. Total deal volume hit a record US$2.3 trillion in 2015 — up 64 percent over 2014. But banks accounted for just 3 percent of the total value, despite the fact that they account for 9.3 percent of total market capitalization. […] Read more

Global Capital Confidence Barometer – Does Seizing Competitive Advantage Mean Deals Take Center Stage?

Figure 1 What is your perspective on the state of the economy today at the global level?

by Ernst & Young
Deals take center stage as companies reinvent their corporate strategy in response to a permanently reshaped landscape. Everything is changing for executives — except the expectations of their investors and stakeholders around higher growth and returns. Profitable growth is a mainstay demand of business. The list of what is changing includes unprecedented technological advances, the blurring of sector lines, uneven geographic growth, workforce dynamics and more geopolitical uncertainty. […] Read more

Global Transportation And Logistics M&A Deals Insights Q3 2016

Figure 1 Value and volume by numbers-Transportation and Logistics

by PricewaterhouseCoopers
Global transportation and logistics M&A activity remained stable in 2016 with 50+ deals in each quarter, though Q3 2016 was slightly less active. With 50 deals, the quarter saw a decline of 11% in deal volume compared to both Q2 2016 and Q3 2015. It appears general uncertainties related to the US presidential elections, the long-term impact of Brexit, and China’s economic growth paired with reduced forecasts of international trade activity may have impacted recent M&A activity. […] Read more

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