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Proprietary intelligence service providing financial data about mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals worldwide plus narrative reports and analyses associated with those deals; the specific geographic modules included in this subscription are North America and Latin America.

Includes announcements of deals, both actual and rumored, and auctions, privatization, and corporate takeovers.

Use Mergermarket to identify active investment banks, private equity firms, acquisitive corporations, law firms, and other professional services involved in M&A. Also provides analysis of top performing lawyers and other M&A advisors, League Tables, and much more.


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