Financial Deals Industry Insight: Financial
Services June 2008
Category : Financial
Library Code : DMFD0103
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Format : PDF
Pages : 46
opinion on monthly deal activity, along with the trend for the last six months
for merger and acquisition (M&A), private equity, private placement, IPO,
secondary offering, and alliance/partnership deals.
This report contains extensive qualitative and
quantitative analysis of monthly deal activity (including strategic alliances)
in the banking, asset management, insurance, investment banking, capital markets
and brokerage, and cards sectors across global markets, with a specific focus on
key emerging markets. It offers insights into deal activity, deal rationale, and
- Analysis through two deliverables – analyst opinion
on key deals (PDF brief), and monthly roundup with analysis of trends and
- Insights into deal activity across M&A, private
equity, private placement, IPO, secondary offering, and strategic alliance
- Analysis on all key sectors, namely banking, asset
management, insurance, investment banking, capital markets and brokerage, and
- Detailed analysis of the deal activity during the
month, along with the trend for the last six months by deal volume and value
- The financial services sector recorded 167 deals
in June, a decrease of 12.1% compared with the six month average. While the
commercial banking segment witnessed decreased M&A, activity in the asset
management segment maintained momentum, driven by the need to gain scale and
diversify geographic presence.
- The retail and commercial banking segment recorded
M&A transactions worth $10 billion, a decrease of 43% over the six month
average. However, the segment nevertheless accounted for 53.5% of the total
M&A deal value in the financial services industry in June.
- As in May, financial services players continued to
look to raise capital from the markets. There were 25 private placements in
the financial services sector, worth a total of $6.6 billion; an increase of
10.3% in volume terms but a decrease of 62.2% in value over the six month
average. However, the June total is 48.6% up on May in value terms.
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 19 August, 2008.