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Water M&A: Technology, Equipment, and Services Trends and Deal Flow, Q2 2020

20 May 2020
Quarterly Insight

The first quarter of 2020 initially began with what would otherwise have been a strong start for the global water markets until the outbreak of COVID-19 and ensuing social lockdowns and economic volatility.

Globally, risks to water supplies, water quality, and maintenance of distribution networks remain leading concerns for government officials and industrial companies alike, even as we are thrust into a recession. The collateral impacts across the water landscape will continue to evolve, including those related to mergers & acquisitions.

In this new Quarterly Insight, Bluefield water experts analyze:

  • Deal Flow Over Time
  • Deal Flow by Target Segment and Geography
  • Key Transactions
  • Looking Forward

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