Using a wider lens at Duff & Phelps

Aidan Flynn, director of Duff & Phelps in Ireland, says that while the value of deals in Ireland is low, deal volume is still buoyant

19th November, 2017
Aidan Flynn, director of Duff & Phelps in Ireland

While corporates based in Ireland have been active in 2017 in terms of M&A activity, it’s important not to see our corporate sector in isolation.

International investors will clearly look at factors such as the recovering economy, political stability, low corporate tax rates and membership of the European Union as positives, but nine times out of ten, the key factor in the purchase of a business will be the bottom dollar factor...

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