New Zealand’s M&A market remains resilient, with deal volumes up 14% in the first half of 2016 – while offshore corporate take a conservative stance in light of global uncertainties.
New Zealand companies are continuing to show a healthy appetite for M&A deals – while the rest of the world takes a more conservative stance in response to various global uncertainties.
The October 2016 report showed a ‘business as usual’ approach for M&A in New Zealand; in contrast to large shifts occurring at the macro level. Globally, corporates are have reduced net debt levels, and are a showing a marked slow-down in completion rates of M&A transactions.
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