Last year was a record one for Irish mergers and acquisitions, with a total of 382 transactions announced and/or closed, more than doubling the 181 recorded in 2014, itself a strong year by any previous measure.
The drivers of this activity are manifold and well documented: low interest rates, an influx of foreign capital, the stabilisation of Irish banks and their subsequent appetite for lending into strategic transactions, and of course, newfound (or more accurately, re-found) corporate...
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