Wooden Blocks With Mergers And Acquisitions Text On Chess Board

It’s the bankers’ “bread and butter”: capital market and private deals worth below half a billion dollars. Take Seko Logistics and Scan Global Logistics (SGL), for instance.

It could be either an IPO (SGL) or a buyout (Seko) in a dual-track process, it doesn’t matter.

The goal, as always, is to maximise returns.

Admittedly, there aren’t many deals around, but ever since the purchase of MIQ Logistics by Noatum Maritime in March – a combination we identified in early January – an increasingly number ...

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