In our first M&A digest of the new year, we take a look at Canadian M&A trends, how the
Canadian Mergers and Acquisition Trends
“Since the economic and political news in the U.S. continues to be rather unsettled despite an agreement on avoiding the Fiscal Cliff, I thought I would glance to the north and see waht we can expect in 2013 for Canadianand trends. It turns out the news up there is really positive.”
“It has often been said that the engine of our we have learned that without them, our economy and our very way of life would look completely different., indeed of any free enterprise economy, is driven by the passion and vigor of entrepreneurs. These are the folks that risk it all to pursue a dream or new idea, and establish a business along the way. Having worked with entrepreneurs for years,
The optimism of this group is also vital to our economic recovery.”
AxialMarket’s Industries to Watch in 2013
M&A activity overall is expected to increase in 2013. To gain a better picture of which industries will be very active, AxialMarket’s Cody Boyte identifies six sectors to keep an eye on.
“In much of the post-election doom and gloom in the business press, Dan Primack, a writer for Fortune online, conducted a little-publicized interview with an M&A insider on the impact of the election, specifically the effect of President Obama’s reelection on M&A activity in 2013. Their discussion was interesting because despite all of the hand wringing, Dechert LLP M&A attorney Bill Lawlor is fairly upbeat.”
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