Webcast: 2013 M&A Outlook Survey

Share this

Hosts: From the Advisory Institute and the Global Enterprise Institute

Date/Time: Feb. 07, 2013 | 2:00pm ET

Advisory Institute image

 


 

Event Overview

The year 2012 was a tumultuous one for the capital markets. The global markets were overwhelmed with the European debt crisis and a slowdown in growth in emerging markets, including China.

The United States experienced large stock market swings, uncertainty about the presidential election and an ongoing debate about the debt.

 

For 2013, several factors indicate that M&A will increase, and dealmakers are cautiously optimistic. The primary reasons for the positive outlook stem from large corporate cash reserves, favorable credit terms and improved consumer confidence.

 

To gain a better understanding of M&A market conditions, immediately after the U.S. election KPMG LLP and Mergers & Acquisitions magazine conducted a survey of more than 300 M&A professionals at U.S. corporations, private equity firms and investment funds. This webcast highlights the survey findings and provides insight into the outlook for M&A in 2013.

 

Professionals from KPMG's M&A Tax, Transactions & Restructuring, Private Equity and Corporate Finance practices share the results of the survey and provide a critical window into the views of leading M&A professionals.

 

KPMG presenters:
Rob Coble, partner, Transactions & Restructuring
Marc Moyers, national sector leader, Private Equity
Glenn Mincey, national tax leader, Private Equity
Joe Rodgers, managing director, Corporate Finance

 

More on M&A


More webcasts

 

Related Insights

2013 M&A Outlook Survey: Executives Expect M&A Market to Be Active in the Year Ahead

Advisory Institute | Jan. 22, 2013
KPMG and Mergers & Acquisitions magazine conducted a survey of more than 300 M&A professionals at U.S. corporations, private equity (PE) firms and investment funds to gain a better...