Offshore deal activity rose steadily in 2013, according to Appleby Offshore-i report
According to the Offshore-i report released by Appleby, quarter-by-quarter offshore deal volumes rose steadily throughout 2013, resulting in a cumulative 12-month deal value topped only three times in the last decade.
The latest edition of Offshore-i, which provides data and insight on merger and acquisition activity in major offshore financial centres, focuses on deals during the fourth quarter of 2013, as well as the year overall.
The firm observed considerable gains in the fourth quarter over the previous quarter in terms of the number of deals, their cumulative value and the average deal size.
This content was originally sourced from the Appleby website.
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