Republic of Ireland: Positive indications
Low interest rates, high demand, improved market confidence and competition mean that the Irish M&A and corporate finance markets are remaining strong into 2005. John Given takes a closer look at the key indicators of this positive upturn
With Irish M&A and corporate finance deal volume for 2004 well up on 2003 figures, early indicators are that this increase in activity is set to continue throughout 2005. Recent uncertainties in the global economy aside, all of the key indicators in this part of the world are still positive and low interest rates, pent-up demand, improved market confidence and competition across all sectors point to a buoyant M&A market in Ireland.
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