Global Dealmaking Summit
World-class business leaders and speakers
Financial Times Live, in partnership with the FT’s Due Diligence newsletter, presents the second edition of its Global Dealmaking Summit, as an in-person and online gathering of leaders and influencers in M&A, private equity, corporate finance and venture capital.
Building on the success of last year’s virtual event, which brought together over 2,000 delegates from 1,000 different companies, the two-day Summit will combine world class digital content with exclusive face-to-face sessions at the South Place Hotel in central London, giving unparalleled access to the conversations that will determine future strategy.
With a pathway out of the pandemic in sight, and confidence returning to the boardroom, the rebound in M&A has been remarkable, and acquisitions will undoubtedly play a critical strategic role in a company’s value creation and future building. The pandemic has however triggered structural, behavioural and consumption changes, and dealmaking will inevitably change to reflect this new landscape as new challenges, trends and opportunities emerge.
The Global Dealmaking Summit will provide actionable insights and a platform for dealmakers to understand and capitalise on these changing currents and define the agenda for the road ahead.
A new way to experience Global Dealmaking Summit 2021
In these uncertain times, it is difficult to plan for future events. For the first time, Global Dealmaking Summit 2021 will bring together physical and digital attendees. Afternoon of Day 2 is an ideal face to face platform to expand your M&A community and the structured in-person content sessions will provide a Covid-19 safe environment to foster better connections, collaborate with your peers directly and define the future direction of the dealmaking industry.
Working closely with the latest government guidelines, we are thrilled to be announcing the afternoon of Day 2 will take place at the South Place Hotel this November.
The health and safety of our guests, partners and staff remains our top priority. We will continue to monitor and follow Government guidelines throughout the planning, opening and running of the Global Dealmaking Summit. View our Covid-19 Plan for more information.
Developing corporate venture capital and strategic partnerships / Digital
Post-pandemic, how will corporates allocate capital?
A New way to experience Global Dealmaking 2021/ In-Person 10 November
Our hybrid element starts on the afternoon of DAY 2, which means you can join us safely at the South Place Hotel, London or virtually anywhere globally. Reconnect with your peers and benefit from in person networking and meet with senior leaders of M&A, private equities and corporate finance.
Constrained balance sheets & shareholder activism / Digital
With company multiples under pressure and increased investor appetite for sustainability requirements, how will private equity leaders deploy capital?
Evolving the SPAC model: What does the future hold for SPACs? / Digital
Is SPAC enthusiasm sustainable and where will dealmakers see it growth potential?
"Great conference! Well done to the team."
M&A Manager, Coca-Cola
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