Ungated Post | 16 Jan 2017

Baker McKenzie Global Transactions Forecast 2017

Baker McKenzie, a global leader in advising on cross border transactions such as Merger and Acquisition (M&A), and Initial Public Offerings (IPO), asked Oxford Economics to again partner on the production of the Global Transactions Forecast (GTF). GTF 2017 provides corporate leaders and investors with a review of how major economic uncertainties (including the EU referendum, China’s slowdown, and the US election) impacted on deal-making in 2016, as well as a look ahead to M&A and IPO prospects around the world in the years to 2020. We assess sectoral insights on industries to watch, and analyse the impact of various economic and political risk scenarios on transaction values and volumes.  Users can download bespoke datasets to compare deal activity across scenarios and economies in the Global Transactions Forecast interactive tool.

This is the second year Oxford have partnered with Baker McKenzie to produce the forecast, report, and interactive databank.

Read the full report.

Oxford Economics’ team is expert at applying advanced economic tools that provide valuable insights into today’s most pressing business, financial, and policy issues.

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