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Deloitte positive about deal prospects for 2017 as banking recovers

Despite the upheaval and disruption caused by the Brexit vote, the number of corporate deals has continued to increase across Europe, including Ireland

27th November, 2016
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‘The recovery in the banking sector and the emergence of an alternative lender and asset backed lender market is presenting Irish owned companies with funding options that weren’t available two to three years ago,” said John Doddy, partner, corporate finance, Deloitte.

“These include senior term debt, working capital and leverage finance, for example unitranche debt and mezzanine debt,” he added.

He also confirmed that the Deloitte M&A team, led...

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