M&A activity will escalate this year across all energy sectors especially in smaller, more strategic deals, according to KPMG’s 2016 M&A Outlook Survey.
KPMG and CB Insights’ Q4/15 quarterly venture capital report highlights a banner year for venture capital funding, with a pullback in private market investing in Q4.
According to an annual survey by KPMG, company leaders are turning to in pursuit of growth M&A. In fact, 91% of respondents intend to initiate at least one acquisition in 2016, up significantly from 63% in 2014.
KPMG announced that Kevin A. Krakora joined the group’s Restructuring practice as a principal. Michael McCoy joined as senior associate, and Jonathan Weinberg joined as director.
KPMG’s Mitchell Siegel outlines the steps necessary for businesses to create an effective transformation, including establishing and tracking metrics as well as mining market signals and asking the right questions.
KPMG announced leaders for the firm’s three primary businesses including: Carl S. Carande, vice chair of Advisory, Jeffrey C. LeSage, vice chair of Tax and Scott Marcello as vice chair of Audit.
KPMG Corporate Finance announced Director Adam Fiedor was named a winner of The M&A Advisor’s 40 Under 40 Recognition Awards in the Dealmaker category.
KPMG and Appian announced an alliance that will help clients automate their business processes and harness the power of disruptive technologies.