WBBM Noon Business Hour Podcast: Record M&A Activity

Oct 2018

Rob Brown, Lincoln Managing Director and CEO, North America, discusses the economic factors and other dynamics that are driving a very active 2018 for M&A and how a slow down might look for investors.

Summary

  • Lincoln International explores the impact of the more than $2 trillion in M&A activity that has been announced in the first half of 2018.

  • "In this market, it has been a sellers' market," according to Brown.
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