The M&A market is in the midst of one of the strongest sellers markets in quite some time. We discuss why, how long it will last, and the remarkable role of private equity in economic growth in the U.S. Click on the headlines to read the full pieces.
“According to Mergers & Acquisitions’ Mid-Market Pulse (MMP), dealmakers continue to forecast that M&A in the manufacturing sector will expand.”
If you’re a private business owner, the key takeaway from these converging factors is that we are truly in a sellers market.
With the Federal Reserve holding off on an increase in interest rates, the optimal window of opportunity to find a buyer or investor for your private company is staying open a bit longer. How long? Your guess is as good as anyone’s.
“As we have examined before, the M&A market is in the midst of one of the strongest sellers markets in quite some time. This trend was reinforced recently by an article onTheMiddleMarket.com, an online publication published by Source Media. Entitled Dealmakers Race to Close Deals While Favorable Conditions Still Prevail, it examined the factors driving buyer activity right now and looked at issues that might impact the length of the cycle.”
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