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Rising demand for commercial air travel and growing military expenditures around the world are spurring dealmaking in the aerospace, defense, and government services (ADG) sector, as firms look to gain scale and access to new technologies.
In the years after the financial crisis, financial institutions focused on establishing financial resilience and disposing of non-core assets. Now that the situation has stabilized, many are looking to M&A for growth and FinTech innovations. This revived activity is reflected in deal value during Q1 although deal volume has fallen.
While 2018 consumer deal value was down over 2017, companies’ continued investments in fast-growing Asian markets and a desire to expand their digital capabilities resulted in a strong year, despite economic warning signs towards year-end
Fortune 200 PPG operates in 70 countries, employs around 47,000 globally and is no stranger to the M&A market. Joe Gette, Assistant General Counsel M&A and Securities, discusses the dynamics of dealmaking in the industrials sector.