KPMG presents the 15th edition of the annual Russian M&A Review.
The past year witnessed the most positive trends in investment activity for the whole post-sanctions period. This was reflected in an increased number of deals, growth in average deal value, and greater foreign investment – not only from the East (which has become the main focus of investment relations with Russia), but also western companies. We have observed that, despite some issues persisting vis-à-vis internal and external political and economic plans, investors are now more confident about executing their deal strategies within a stabilising Russian environment.
In this edition of the Russian M&A Review we reflect on key recent trends and how these will influence M&A in upcoming years. In addition to the statistical analysis, we again share our insights into the key trends being seen in the main economic sectors: Oil & Gas, Innovations & Technology, and Real Estate & Construction.
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