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Annual KPMG report “M&A Radar 2020: Ukraine”

23/ 04/ 2021
  Over the last few years, KPMG’s reviews of Ukrainian deal-making have been highly sought after by investors considering M&A in the country, as well as by a wider audience who are interested in investment opportunities. In March 2021 KPMG experts presented the results of year 2020 in M&A Radar 2020: Ukraine. 2020 was obviously not an ordinary year for the Ukrainian economy and the M&A market is no exception either; both changing drastically as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. “When we launched the 2019 edition of the Ukrainian M&A Radar, few could have predicted the profound impact COVID-19 would have on the global population, the world economy or our daily lives in the year ahead. Global digital transformation has accelerated for businesses, consumers and individuals alike; remote and hybrid working has become the norm rather than the exception. Video calls for work and socialising, together with e-commerce, are now a mainstay of our lives. Such effects will continue to drive M&A as an agent for change.”- Peter Latos, Partner, Head of Consulting and Deal Advisory, KPMG in Ukraine, comments. Read more about the ten largest M&A deals, their value and the sectors of the economy that attract investors in the M&A Radar 2020: Ukraine.

Over the last few years, KPMG’s reviews of Ukrainian deal-making have been highly sought after by investors considering M&A in the country, as well as by a wider audience who are interested in investment opportunities. In March 2021 KPMG experts presented the results of year 2020 in “M&A Radar 2020: Ukraine”.

2020 was obviously not an ordinary year for the Ukrainian economy and the M&A market is no exception either; both changing drastically as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“When we launched the 2019 edition of the Ukrainian M&A Radar, few could have predicted the profound impact COVID-19 would have on the global population, the world economy or our daily lives in the year ahead. Global digital transformation has accelerated for businesses, consumers and individuals alike; remote and hybrid working has become the norm rather than the exception. Video calls for work and socialising, together with e-commerce, are now a mainstay of our lives. Such effects will continue to drive M&A as an agent for change.”- Peter Latos, Partner, Head of Consulting and Deal Advisory, KPMG in Ukraine, comments.

Read more about the ten largest M&A deals, their value and the sectors of the economy that attract investors in the “M&A Radar 2020: Ukraine”.

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