Euro Mid-Market M&A Picking Up Steam

Iyer-Ahrestani, Savita
October 2010
High Yield Report;10/18/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 42, p15
The article reports on the performance of the merger and acquisition market in Europe as of October 2010. Govert Derks, a managing director at M&A advisory firm Corporate Finance in Europe, says only transactions for the bigger, better known companies are happening on a more regular basis. He adds that many middle market business owners with good profits have been waiting for the M&A market to pick up, and they are starting to see some opportunities now.


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