Acquiring a start-up is becoming a popular way for large corporations to modernize internal practices, bring in technology and connect with younger customers. Integrating a start-up into a large conglomerate, however, needs to be done with care to deliver results. Corporate history is littered with examples of large corporates acquiring fast-growing start-ups, only to see them struggle post-acquisition because of misunderstandings, unrealistic expectations and cultural incompatibility. To understand how large companies can effectively integrate fast-growing.
Mergermarket is pleased to present Tech control: How fintech M&A is shaping the financial future, published in association with Reed Smith. This report provides insights into the changing nature of the financial services sector within the context of increased technology and fintech innovations. Highlights from the report include: Investment in fintech look set to increase, with 91% of fintech-focused VC/family office/PE investors and 94% of banks/financial institutions planning two or more acquisitions in the next 12 months. Three-quarters.
Mergermarket is pleased to present Present perfect, future tense: Exploring M&A in 2018 and beyond, published in association with Squire Patton Boggs. The report features M&A data for 2018 to the third quarter, underscored with insights into what is driving corporates and private equity houses to seek out transactions and where they see most opportunity. Key highlights include: The first three quarters of 2018 saw brisk M&A activity globally: between Q1 and Q3 2018, there were 13,820 deals announced worth US$2.8tn, making for a potentially.