Corporate transactions weather the storms
M&A activity bounces back after hesitation following Brexit referendum
It would appear that businesses and investors in Ireland and elsewhere are adapting to uncertainty faster than expected, with M&A activity enjoying a bounce back after a brief Brexit hiccup.
While the vote for Britain to leave the EU had a negative impact on Mergers & Acquisitions activity in Ireland, in the immediate aftermath, and despite the lack of political clarity around the timings of Brexit, deal numbers have picked up and while...
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