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Corporate transactions see a steady increase

Ann-Marie Reddy, director of corporate finance at Blackthorn Capital, tells Siobhán Maguire that newfound confidence in how companies rate their worth is fuelling activity in the mergers and acquisitions market

23rd June, 2019
Ann-Marie Reddy, director of corporate finance, Blackthorn Capital Picture: Fergal Phillips

The level of activity in corporate transactions in the first half of 2019 has increased on last year with the second half of the year, and indeed 2020, expected to be as busy.

But what is driving these transactions? According to Ann-Marie Reddy, director of Corporate Finance at Blackthorn Capital, the activity we now see stems from a new-found confidence in how companies rate their worth and do business.

“More than ever, clients are realising the potential...

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