Key decision-makers have confidence in the economy

KPMG’s M&A Outlook 2016 report indicates that the volume of deals experienced last year will be maintained, writes Margaret O’Brien

15th May, 2016
Mark Collins, partner and head of transaction services, KPMG

Confidence in the economy and better access to finance are the key factors underpinning a robust volume of deals in the M&A sector.

There’s consensus among professionals that M&A values might not attain the dizzy heights of 2015, but the volume of deals will remain buoyant throughout 2016.

The trend of disposals by companies of non-core assets is expected to continue, as are foreign acquisitions by large Irish corporates and demand...

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