Analysis: Brazil, the active epicenter for mergers and acquisitions in Latin America

According to the Transactional Track Record data, prepared in collaboration with Data site and AON, in the first quarter, there were 804 announced and completed transactions in the region, of which 569 were from Brazil, a country that itself recorded a 19% growth.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In the first months of the year, 569 business deals were registered in Brazil, an increase of 19% year on year. Despite inflation and elections, business is not slowing down.

Oil fields, supermarkets, shopping mall chains, iron ore mines, and forestry assets were part of Brazil's numerous mergers and acquisitions in the first months of the year.

After a successful 2021 for IPOs, 2022 is shaping up to be the year of mergers and acquisitions.

According to the Transactional Track Record data, prepared in collaboration with Data site and AON, in the first quarter, there . . .

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