New York City, NY – 07/03/2020: Since 1985, over 300,000 mergers and acquisitions have taken place in the United States, making it one of the largest M&A markets in the world. Over $10 trillion domestic transactions have occurred since 2013. However, the coronavirus outbreak has led to much uncertainty about the future of this market. Joe Malvasio, renowned expert in all things finance, provides his insight regarding the M&A market for 2020.
Joe Malvasio is the president of the leading lending company Global Capital Partners Fund. The company is known to provide loans and help commercial clients secure lucrative deals across real estate, or acquisition financing. The company has made a name for itself in the 30 years of existence. They have a large pool of investors which means they provide financing to commercial clients of sizes. Joe Malvasio has worked with plenty of companies that have merged or acquired other competitors, making him an expert on the topic.
Speaking with our representative, Joe said, “While things were looking positive towards the beginning of the year, the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken most companies. It therefore comes as no surprise that many merged companies are now planning to divest their shareholding. However, this trend isn’t expected to stick in the long run. Every player in the market is just trying to make it through this rough patch. Those that have planned to stick with their shareholding have resorted to private lending to make ends meet during this time and GCP is more than accommodating, with our wide range of financing options.”
He also mentioned how data protection is being upheld in this industry. Though this is a new development, it is expected to pave the way for related regulations. Shareholders are expected to pull the reigns on publically traded companies as shareholder activism is on the rise. As a result, the board of directors of most companies have increased their involvement in analyzing deals.
Another possible trend that might develop as a result of COVID-19 is that more vulnerable companies will be willing to merge. This is yet to transpire in a way that determines it is a trend, however, Joe Malvasio suggests that vulnerable companies are more likely to be taken over during this time. Private lending also helps make such deals possible.
About Joe Malvasio
Joe Malvasio is the president of the Global Capital Partners Fund and has over 30 years of experience in the industry. His expertise have helped numerous clients invest successfully in the real estate whether commercial or personal. He also helps with hassle-free acquisition and commercial financing solutions with flexible terms.
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