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Water M&A: Technology, Equipment, Services Trends and Deal Flow, Q3 2020

30 September 2020
Quarterly Insight

The impacts of COVID-19 are still working their way through the markets and potentially impacting deal flow, leaving significant uncertainty in the near to medium term. Deal flow in Q2 2020—and well into Q3—signals a significant softening in the market. Although, several recent announcements indicate that major strategic shifts for leading water companies are underway.

Bluefield Research tracks and analyzes mergers & acquisitions across the municipal and industrial water landscape. This Quarterly Insight highlights key trends, notable transaction details, and shifts impacting the competitive landscape.

In this Quarterly Insight:

  • Bluefield takeaways
  • Deal flow over time
  • Deal flow by target segment and geography
  • Key transactions by segment
  • Looking forward

 


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