Chile more than tripled total deal value in 2015 over the prior year’s US$9.7 billion total, according to Transactional Track Record’s Chile 2015 Half-Year Report.
In the second half of 2015, the Chilean transactional market registered 105 mergers and acquisitions, generating an aggregate value of approximately US$6.15 billion. For all of 2015, 188 deals were recorded with an aggregate value of approximately US$30.24 billion, according to TTR’s Chile 2015 Half-Year Report, produced with Merrill Corporation. The most active sector was financial and insurance with 49 M&A deals while real estate was the runner-up with 27 deals. Meanwhile, it was Antofagasta’s acquisition of Chile’s Mina Zaldivar, valued at US$1.005 billion, that came in as the top deal of 2015 in Latin America. Find out what other deals—in which sectors—rounded out the top five. Track foreign acquisitions in Chile as well as Chilean acquisitions abroad. And review deal flow since 2012 across M&A, private equity and venture capital.
- Top deals for M&A, private equity and venture capital in 2015 as well as a closer look at the top deal in 2015
- Deal flow charts and graphs plotting transactions by deal number and value, size range, sector, and foreign or domestic acquisitions
- 2015 rankings of financial and legal advisors by number and total value of deals