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Water M&A

Utility M&A in the U.S. surpassed $3.1 billion in total deal value.
The types of deals and breadth of companies building out positions by acquisition are positive signals for water sector growth. Broader market forces, including poor water quality in Flint, growing population demands, and increasing risks to industrial company bottom-lines underpin deal flow among companies angling to be at the forefront of this change. Our take on Water M&A.
Reese Tisdale, Bluefield Research President
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Reese Tisdale returns for an in-depth discussion of the business of water and specifically, the flurry of M&A activity the water industry has seen over the last few years. As president of Bluefield Re... »




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