Mergers and acquisitions: Activity set to remain robust as companies put cash to work

IMAP’s Jurgis Oniunas gives his assessment of the current trends driving the global M&A market, writes Philip Connolly.

8th March, 2015
Mergers and acquisitions: Activity set to remain robust as companies put cash to work
Jurgis Oniunas, chairman of IMAP

The current high level of activity in the mergers and acquisitions market is set to continue for a couple of years, according to one of the world’s leading advisory networks.

Jurgis Oniunas, chairman of global advisory network IMAP, believes cash-rich companies looking for deals will continue to drive the market.

“Merger and acquisition strategies are coming back into vogue as methods to drive growth,” said Oniunas. “We are seeing high profit levels with...

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