Experian: M&A landscape dominated by smaller deals

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Latest figures show sub-£10m deals both in the equity capital and M&A markets reached the highest levels since 2008

The number of M&A deals in the first quarter of the year were down overall, but smaller transactions hit their highest levels since 2008, according to Experian. Both the equity capital markets (...

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