Mergers & acquisitions

PwC's Deals Day: Q3 2016


Which sectors led M&A and IPO activity this quarter? Read more of our top findings.

Deals series: Accessing the Debt Capital Markets - Trends and Opportunities webcast - October 27, 2016


In this webcast we'll discuss trends, opportunities and challenges in the debt capital markets, from both an issuer and an investor perspective, navigating the risk and regulatory requirements for various financing structures, and more.

Transaction Trends in Oil and Gas: Q3 M&A Update webcast - October 27, 2016


In this quarterly webcast, we'll provide an overview of the most recent M&A results and our expectations for future deal activity.

Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Deals Insights Quarterly


We bring you PwC’s perspective on deal activity in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industry. Each quarterly publication now features two sections that highlight deal activity and insights from a global view.

Private Equity Deals in the New International Tax Environment


The international tax landscape is on the cusp of a significant change, spearheaded by the OECD-led Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project.

Megadeals transforming the EMC sector: 7 strategies for success


Megadeals are transforming the EMC sector. Our report provides actionable next steps for positioning your large deal for game-changing M&A success.

Deals Practice series: Crisis, restructurings and restatements – Understand the options - Webcast replay


In this recorded webcast, we cover approaches to evaluating opportunities during distressed scenarios, developing a plan for change and executing it in order to build value for the future with speed and confidence.

Podcast: The lifecycle of a deal


Listen in to hear about common stages of an acquisition and key accounting questions along the way.

US Health Services Deals Insights - Q2 2016 update


US health services deal volume in Q2 2016 increased by approximately 8% from Q1 2016 and 16% on a year-over-year basis. Deal value this quarter increased by nearly 4% compared to Q1 2016, but decreased by 39% when compared to Q2 2015.

2016 Mid-year Deals Outlook


Despite a slower start to 2016, we expect CEOs and business leaders will continue to look at M&A and other partnerships as a means to support growth, improve profitability and secure long-term competitiveness. This year’s deals may not be as large or generate the same level of attention as 2014 and 2015, but we expect deals will continue to get done at a reasonable pace.