Irish M&A value plummets but advisors see busy pipeline


The value of Irish M&A deals fell 80 per cent in the first three months of the year compared to the same time last year, from a record €52bn to €11bn, although the number of deals has held up better .

In the battle for bragging rights among top advisers, Dublin law firm A&L Goodbody worked on more deals than any other adviser, but competitor Arthur Cox’s slightly smaller deal list consisted of larger deals, according to figures provided to it Irish Independent from data provider Refinitiv, part of the London Stock Exchange Group. Irish M&A value plummets but advisors see busy pipeline

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