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  |  25.03.2014

Comparative Trends in the transactions market in Romania and Central and Southeast Europe

The total number of transactions increased in the region from 1,108 deals in 2012 to 1,467 in 2013 representing a 32.4% growth year on year

Also, the M&A market had shown an increase from 2012 to 2013 in most countries, based on the number of transactions, except for Romania, Poland, Serbia and Slovenia.

 

Estimated transactions value of the market


The total 2013 estimated transaction value in CSE market was USD 39.4bn, down 5.7% from the previous year.
This decline can mainly be attributed to a USD 6.8bn drop in Turkey’s estimated market value due to the lack of similar mega-transactions appearing in 2012, while in most of the countries the estimated transaction values increased from 2012 to 2013.

 

The Czech Republic ranked first with an estimated value of USD 10.6bn, followed by Turkey (USD 9bn) and Poland (USD 8.8bn).

 

The significant increase in Greece, Bulgaria and Hungary is mainly due to the increase in the number of transactions with a
value over USD 100m.

 

For complete information, please see the attached study.

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