IMAP 2016 Review

Global M&A activity slowed in 2016 compared to 2015, due primarily to uncertainty stemming from political developments in the US and Europe. A number of blockbuster deals partially offset the slowdown. Cross-border interest from China and other Asian buyers helped prop up deal volumes in

IMAP closes 221 deals in 2015 worth over US$9.6bn

In 2015 IMAP closed 221 deals worth over US$9.6bn (disclosed deal value only) – with a 50% increase in average deal value to US$53m. Consistent with IMAP’s track record, cross-border deals comprised 32% of its yearly transactions. Whilst Industrials remained the leading sector with 39 deals,

IMAP ranked 3rd in 2012 global M&A league tables

IMAP, the exclusive global organization of leading M&A advisory firms of which Buckingham is a UK member, ranks third in the world for completed transactions with values both up to $200 million, according to Thomson Reuters and its Mid-Market League Tables. In total IMAP closed 205

IMAP closes 221 deals in 2015 worth over US$9.6bn

In 2015 IMAP closed 221 deals worth over US$9.6bn (disclosed deal value only) – with a 50% increase in average deal value to US$53m. Consistent with IMAP’s track record, cross-border deals comprised 32% of its yearly transactions. Whilst Industrials remained the leading sector with 39 deals,