Our EMIS Insights M&A reports provide analytical summary of mergers and acquisitions activity in key emerging regions and countries. Data is collected from sources such as company press releases, advisory submissions, stock exchange disclosures, business publications, and other.
The report contents include regional and country overviews of M&A by deal volume and value, activity by sectors, foreign investors, private equity, valuation trends, top M&A deals and IPOs, advisory league tables, analysis of latest developments and future expectations.
The reports are published each quarter. Most of the data is cumulative, spanning the full period covered by the report.
M&A activity picked up in the third quarter of the year, raising the overall number of deals in Latin America & the Caribbean for the whole nine-month period by 4% y/y. However, much smaller transactions were announced in Q3 after the ...READ MORE
The first half of 2018 in Latin America & the Caribbean was a bit slower than H1 2017, with deals reaching 726 in total (5% down y/y). However, the total value of transactions surged by 80% to USD 52.5bn on the back of remarkably big deals such ...READ MORE
In Q1 2018, M&A deals in Latin America & the Caribbean fell 6% y/y in terms of volume to 351, as the quarter was among the slowest ones over the past couple of years. At the same time, there were plenty of big transactions and the value of ...READ MORE
The last quarter of 2017 was even more impressive than Q3 before it, adding 380 deals worth USD 33.2bn and reaching the highest quarterly value in more than three years. Overall for 2017, deals in Latin America and the Caribbean region were 49 ...READ MORE
Although in Q3 Latin American M&A surged to its highest quarterly value in recent times, the overall sum of deals for the nine-month period was down by 22% y/y to USD 59.3bn. This was mostly due to the lack of any particularly impressive deals in ...READ MORE
Regional M&A activity in the second quarter of 2017 remained mostly unchanged compared to Q1 with 373 deals for a total of USD 13.6bn. For the full six-month period, however, there was a sharp y/y decline in the aggregate value of transactions ...READ MORE