According to a survey conducted by Babson College and directed by members of the Association for Corporate Growth, the middle-market for M&A has significantly improved in the past two years. However, the report notes that growth in 2013 will be flat’ versus 2012.
GE Capital and Slate’s Roadshow for Growth rolled into Chicago as part of a six month, 20-city tour that will address the issues of middle market businesses.
This annual event will bring together leading middle market deal makers for an informative event. The afternoon program will feature some of the leading names in middle market M&A and will be followed by an evening of networking while sampling a variety of beers. For more information, please visit: www.acg.org
Revenue and employment growth in the U.S. middle market continue to outpace expectations and broader growth nationally, according to the latest Middle Market Indicator by the National Center for the Middle Market
Private equity firm H.I.G. Capital said that managing director Fraser Preston and principal Brian McMullen have relocated to San Francisco to create a West Coast presence for the H.I.G. Middle Market fund.
With revenue growth among middle-market companies picking up by the end of 2012, according to a recent survey by The National Center for the Middle Market, Tom Quindlen, president and CEO of GE Capital, Corporate Finance, explains that the sector finally might be turning a corner and preparing for better days.
According to a recent KPMG survey, private equity and tax professionals from the technology, financial services and healthcare sectors, among others, expect an increase in deal activity in 2013 compared to 2012.
The National Center for the Middle Market said that the U.S. middle market added an estimated $650 billion in new revenue and more than 1 million jobs in 2012, based on findings from its Q4/12 Middle Market Indicator.
Middle-market business leaders identified deficit reduction, additional cuts to government spending and reform to the corporate tax code as their top Fiscal Cliff outcome preferences in a survey from the National Center for the Middle Market.