In a year marked by volatility and uncertainty across the globe, Southeast Asia has been dealt a mixed hand of challenges and opportunities, both testing the region’s ability to overcome increasingly difficult economic conditions and offering new pathways towards growth. In terms of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the region posted 388 deals worth US$47.6bn in 2015. 2016 looks on track for a comparable finish in value, with Q1–Q3 2016 already seeing US$43.8bn from 281 deals.
This report offers a full review of all Southeast Asia M&A, private equity, exits and fundraising activities in 2016. It also includes an in-depth interview with Srividya Gopalakrishnan, Managing Director at Duff & Phelps, who presents a market update on investment trends in Southeast Asia, with insights on the ways of mitigating risks and maximizing investment potential in the region.
Highlights from the report:
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- In-depth interview with Srividya Gopalakrishnan, Managing Director at Duff & Phelps, who presents a market update on investment trends in Southeast Asia
- Southeast Asia saw 322 inbound deals from Asia (ex Japan) worth US$44.8bn from 2011–Q3 2016.
- Significant interest from Japan - accounted for 224 inbound deals worth US$31.6bn from 2011–Q3 2016.
- Using technology to facilitate and increase efficiency of financial transactions.