April 15, 2021

Challenges and Solutions for the Canadian M&A Market

Part 3 of "M&A Momentum in the Americas" 
Live Webinar
In partnership with Mergermarket
Thursday, April 15 2021
11:00 am EDT 

While 2020 may have had a slow start for Canadian transactions, the fourth quarter accelerated dramatically. That faster pace seems to be holding true for 2021 as well, including the Inter Pipeline mega-deal in February. But although deal prospects are positive this is also a time of change for the Canadian landscape, as major macro-economic trends from the pandemic to clean investing start to take effect.

Our panel of experts will discuss the opportunities in Canadian transactions and dive into the detailed topics needed to take advantage of those opportunities, including:

  • What will drive Canadian M&A in 2021?
  • How are ESG trends impacting sectors like metals and mining?
  • Will we see the use of SPACs take off in Canada? 
  • How is the growth of PE fundraising changing the market?

Our live webinars include plenty of audience Q&A, opportunities for networking, and interactive polling so you can benchmark against your peers and connect with other dealmakers.

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Join us for the webinar

The above link will take you to the marketing hub on Mergermarket.com to register for the event.

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