Thousands of the world’s foremost M&A players and advisory firms are using Mergermarket
every day, and our analysis and league tables are featured in publications across the globe.
Our data will be seen and used by your current and potential clients and competitors and
submitting information about your deals helps to ensure that your company is represented
accurately and completely, and that your involvement in current deals is reflected
immediately, in our database and rankings.
All announced M&A deals meeting Mergermarket’s criteria. In summary, these are global
transactions with a value of over US$5m (US$100m where the stake transfer is below 30%
except for Asia-Pacific targets where minority stake deals over US$5m are included). All
priced IPO deals.
Any or all of the following:
Announcement and completion dates
Target, bidder and seller details
Deal value if disclosed
Advisers; team member names
When to submit?
Use this page to submit information about any current or past deals.
Come back to submit information about new deals as they are announced.
Contact us to arrange to submit regular updates to suit your workflow, whether daily,
weekly or monthly.
We also send all our advisory deals contacts a quarterly deal profile, to be checked for
accuracy and completeness, and updated where necessary.
How to submit?
Send your deal announcements or other information using the submission form on this page
or email our submissions team at the e-mail address below.
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