India Inc’s mergers and acquisitions (M&As) tally rose eight-fold to USD 19.1 billion with 40 transactions in April, making it the highest monthly deal value recorded after March 2017, says a report.
According to Grant Thornton, relative easing of regulatory ecosystem and consolidation across sectors have significantly driven the deal activity in April this year, sealing deals (M&A and PE) worth USD 21 billion across 119 deals.
“April saw deals worth USD 19.1 billion across 40 transactions, marking the highest monthly values recorded after USD 23.8 billion recorded in March 2017,” said the report released today. Read More
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