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Mid-Market & Small-Cap M&A Financial Reviews First Half 2012


Please find below Thomson Reuters Mid-Market and Small-Cap M&A Reviews for First Half 2012 containing league table rankings on global, regional and single country levels.



Mid-Market & Small-Cap M&A Financial Reviews First Half 2012
Click here for the Mid-Market M&A Review (for deals valued up to $500 million): http://share.thomsonreuters.com/PR/IB/Quarter_End/MA_MidMarket_Review_Q212.pdf

- Worldwide announced Mid-Market M&A deals valued up to $500 million (includes undisclosed value deals) totalled US$335.1 billion in the first half of 2012 – an 11.6% decrease from the same period in 2011.
- Estimated global fees generated from completed Mid-Market M&A activity reached US$6.4 billion for the first half, according to Thomson Reuters and Freeman Consulting.
- The Americas region (by target domicile) led the market, with US$130.3 billion of announced deal activity – a 38.9% market share, marginally bigger than the 37.5% market share produced in the first half of 2011.
- The European region (by target domicile) led the market in number of deals announced, with 6,320 deals for the first half, or 35.9% of the 17,629 deals announced worldwide.
- The Real Estate sector comprised 14.9% of announced value, followed by Energy & Power and Financials, representing 12.9% and 12.5% of the total market, respectively.
- Rothschild topped the UK Mid-Market rankings with 34 deals.

Click here for the Small Cap M&A Review (for deals valued up to $50 million): http://share.thomsonreuters.com/PR/IB/Quarter_End/MA_Small_Cap_Financial_Advisor_Q22012.pdf

Worldwide announced Small-Cap M&A deals valued up to $50 million (includes undisclosed value deals) totaledUS$57.9 billion in the first half of 2012 – a 12.3% decrease from the same period of 2011.

- Estimated global fees generated from completed Small-Cap M&A activity equalled US$2.7 billion for the half, according to Thomson Reuters and Freeman Consulting.
- The Asia-Pacific region (by target domicile) led the Small-Cap market, with US$23.5 billion of announced deal activity, a 40.6% market share.
- The EMEA region (by target domicile) led the market in number of deals announced, with 6,447 deals for the year, 40.3% of the 16,008 deals announced worldwide.
- The Materials sector captured 15.2% of total announced Small-Cap value, followed by Industrials, which had a 12.9% share, and High technology at 11.2%.
- Grant Thornton topped the UK Small-Cap rankings with 25 deals.


Thomson Reuters
www.thomsonreuters.com



Jeudi 12 Juillet 2012
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