- The report gives a snapshot of the deal activity trends in the construction industry in 2011
- The report provides an overview of the deal activity across various deal types in 2011 in terms of deal type, segment and region.
- The report provides data on deal activity across various segments in the construction industry in 2011, in terms of deal size.
- The report gives an insight into the rationale for deal making during 2011.
- The report details the main deals reported in 2011.
The Annual Report provides the reader with the top-line data necessary to quickly keep abreast of the deal activity in the Construction market.
The ‘Annual Deal Report – Construction’ provides a detailed understanding and review of the merger and acquisition (M&A), capital-raising and partnership deals and agreements entered into by companies in the construction industry during 2011.
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Using this report, dealmakers will effectively and efficiently gain an insight into the deal activity throughout 2011. The report provides an overview of all the partnering, alliances and M&A deals announced worldwide.
Deal activity were fairly steady during the first half of 2011, which then dropped in the third quarter before rising back in the fourth quarter.
The majority of M&A deals in India and China were in the construction contractors, and products and materials segments.
In 2011, the total global deal volume in the construction industry remained higher than that of 2010, across the four quarters.
The largest share of deals in the construction industry was undertaken with the objective of business expansion through inorganic growth.
PE/VC activity in terms of deal volume, reported an increase of 15% in 2011.
The architecture and design segment accounted for a relatively small share of overall deal activity in the construction industry.
The construction equipment segment accounted for 17.0% of the total number of deals in 2011.
North America accounted for the largest share of deal activity in 2011, while the Asia-Pacific region continued to be the second most active deal making region.
Emerging markets, especially the BRIC nations, continued to record considerable deal activity in 2011.