Global Capital Confidence Barometer | 19th edition
Our latest M&A report notes that regulation, trade and tariffs may foster a deal hiatus for some, while many others move forward with acquisition plans.
Global Capital Confidence Barometer: key highlights
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Solid M&A appetite fueled by search for the right talent, technology and new markets.
Asia-Pacific forecasts a robust deal appetite despite more than half (52%) citing geopolitics as potential threat to M&A.
Australia and New Zealand
For Australasian executives, plans to pursue M&A are being driven by frequent portfolio reviews and entries into new markets.
Why are dealmakers, who see an improving overall market, making the decision to pause M&A?
Amid shifting trade policies, Mexico remains optimistic about M&A and is also focused on divesting.
A return to M&A after political disruption diminishes and investor confidence increases.
Despite confidence, UK companies focus more on operations than on M&A activity, due to policy uncertainties.
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