Latin America’s Top 100 M&As

From July 2016 to June 2017, there were 1,145 completed mergers and acquisition deals in Latin America, according to the Latin Trade and EMIS Top 100 M&A ranking. Leading in number of deals are Brazil, with 503; Mexico, with 171; Chile, with 123; Argentina, with 107 and Colombia, with 65. Manufacturing and information led the ranking by sector, with 233 and 187 deals respectively. The top deals include Petrobras’s sale of a 90 percent stake in its Nova Transportadora do Sudeste subsidiary to China’s International Capital Corp., British Columbia Investment Management and Brookfield for $5.08 billion. To view and download the Top 100 M&As, please click below: Top 100 M&A 2017

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