Emerging Europe M&A Overview Report
An EMIS Insights M&A Report
EMIS is an ISI Emerging Markets Group Company Date: September 2019
Available in: English
In the fist half of 2019, M&A activity in Emerging Europe dropped slightly by 8% to 951 deals. There were also fewer big transactions compared to last year, and the aggregate value of M&A slumped by 35% to EUR 31.7bn, largely due to severe declines in Romania (down 81% y/y) and in Turkey (down 76% y/y).
Foreign-led M&A in the first six months were 225, 16 deals less than the same period of 2018, and their value dropped more than twice y/y to EUR 10.6bn. Japan ranked as top foreign investor with EUR 3.4bn on the account of six transactions, the biggest of which was Mitsui’s and Japan Oil’s purchase of 10% in the Arctic LNG 2 project in Russia for EUR 3.2bn.
This report provides an in-depth overview of the M&A deal activity in 25 emerging countries across Europe, with a particular focus on Russia, Poland, Romania and Turkey. Our reports are presented in a consistent format from quarter to quarter, enabling users to analyse and compare data, and follow the latest developments in M&A.
What this report enables you to do:
- Follow overall mergers and acquisitions trends across the region and in key countries Russia, Poland, Romania and Turkey
- See what major deals were announced and who was involved
- Identify the hottest industries and the top foreign investors
- Observe how valuations changed from quarter to quarter
- View Private Equity activity and the top entries and exits
- See which companies debuted on the stock market
- Gain insights into the largest upcoming deals
- Find out who the best performing M&A advisors were
See below for a complete table of report contents: