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Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards: Going for growth

M&A is a route many indigenous Irish companies are considering, but good preparation is the key to success

30th July, 2017
Ian Kehoe, Editor, The Sunday Business Post; Nigel Owens, International Rugby Union Referee; Anya Cummins, Partner, Deloitte and Michael Torpey, Chief Executive, Corporate & Treasury, Bank of Ireland

A combination of attractive Irish targets and a well-funded market have continued to underpin a strong M&A landscape in Ireland in 2016 and for the year to date.

Over the last year, we have seen a continued rise in overall deal values and a generally positive sentiment across a range of business sectors, and increasingly M&A is playing a very important role as the shareholders and management teams of Irish businesses consider how to...

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