Hearing from multiple sources at M&A bulge brackets and regional boutiques that they have never been this busy. This seems to be the case globally (US, Europe and Asia). Bankers are working on multiple deals and the calendar going into Christmas is super-busy. The overall theme of deal rationals seem to be “optimism” about the future on all angles – the overall economy, individual idiosyncratic company strength and funding climate.
Yes, banker are always “busy” but this is for real. Hard to see how any political grid-lock in the US would change this.
There will be merger-mania over the next few months. Can the chart match 2019 (and even 2015) levels?
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