Find out how the on-shoring trend will affect M&A activity in the U.S., what a survey of the M&A industry’s top players reveals about expectations for the rest of 2013, and what limited partners think about the current landscape of the mergers and acquisitions industry. As usual, click on the headlines to read the full article.
On-Shoring’s Impact on M&A Activity
Find out why the on-shoring trend in the U.S. presents a great opportunity for entrepreneurs to sell their businesses.
M&A Activity to Increase, Axial Says
“M&A activity for the first few months of 2013 was impacted by the flurry of deals closed at the end of 2012. So many business owners moved their exit timing up to avoid the increase in capital gains taxes on January 1, 2013, that activity in the first few months of this year slowed. Due to a variety of factors, this is not expected to continue through the end of the year.”
Coller Capital Surveys Limited Partners
“LPs and their opinions of the investing world are usually indicative of issues trends impacting investors overall. In this edition, a couple of items caught my attention. First, and most interestingly, over 80% of the limited partners surveyed believe that the excess cash on corporate balance sheets will be put to use in the M&A arena.”
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