Archive for: December 2018

Dec 19, 2018

Data Privacy Regulations Can’t Come Soon Enough. Our December Report on M&A in the Enterprise Data and Analytics Industry

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Dear Clients and Friends, The report found here gives our sense of the current m&a trends and deals in the Enterprise Data and Analytics sector that we follow and sometimes lead. Please click here for our December Enterprise Data and Analytics M&A Update. As this year comes to a close and a new one approaches, it is worth remembering that our world of enterprise data & analytics really does include data. “Data is the new gold” is not just a catchphrase anymore, as data continues to generate increasing wealth for many. As the news media has recently noticed, firms such as…

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Dec 12, 2018

Countering Volatility with Innovation to Achieve Success – Our Fintech M&A Report for December 2018

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Dear Clients and Friends, As the year end approaches, it is clear that volatility is not going away soon. After the recent market swings – and the drop in the value of cryptocurrencies – it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that the best b2b Fintech firms have managed to persevere – and even succeed in this volatile world. The key may be staying at the forefront of technological innovation. As you will see from our December report found here, values, trends and transactions for the best companies in the seven segments of the B2B Fintech world that we follow…

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Dec 7, 2018

Brexit and Stupid Politicians: Our December Report on M&A Values in Information Technology

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Dear Clients and Friends, Our latest report on the values and trends in the dozen+ segments of the information technology industry that we follow, and sometimes lead, is here. Please click here for our December M&A Infotech update. On Tuesday (December 11th), the UK parliament will vote on a draft Brexit agreement with the EU – choosing between “Leave softly” or “Leave hard”. No matter which way they vote, the British population loses. It’s like the US in Vietnam. Too many politicians would rather let people suffer than risk losing an election. We have advised on transactions in 27 countries. The market…

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