Dealmaking in Latin America made a comeback in the first half of 2021, with USD 79.6 billion invested in 437 deals. But the foundations of the recovery are showing some cracks. Will M&A growth remain solid in 2022? Find out in this new report.
To understand the evolving M&A landscape and the factors driving this unprecedented dealmaking surge, SS&C Intralinks partnered with Mergermarket to survey 300 global M&A dealmakers for their insights garnered from 2021 and their plans and predictions for the coming year.
Download this new report, M&A Outlook: Latin America, which analyzes investor sentiment and the emerging M&A opportunities and challenges for LATAM dealmakers in 2022. Key findings include:
- A quarter of LATAM respondents expect the disposal of non-core assets will be the top driver of their upcoming deal activity – the highest proportion of any region
- More than a third of LATAM dealmakers believe that COVID-19 will be the biggest impediment to M&A in the next 12 months – the highest percentage anywhere
- A mere 18 percent of LATAM respondents say that COVID-19 increased their dealmaking appetite – the lowest fraction of any marketplace