Covid-19 has impacted everything from the way we work, the way we shop, the way we socialize and, in many ways, the way M&A and private equity transactions are carried out. What does the dealmaking landscape look like as we rebound from the coronavirus pandemic and head into 2021? Sectors including software-as- a-service, healthcare IT, logistics and business services are ripe for private capital investment seeking to fund innovative companies, but how is transaction volume and pricing being affected by the current market volatility? What is the macroeconomic effect on dealmaking around the globe, and what geographic areas are most at risk? What opportunities should dealmakers be looking for as we turn the corner and face the new normal of getting a deal done?
Moderator: Steve Gelsi, Senior Reporter, The Deal
Panelist: Jeffrey Armbrister, Global Head of Direct Equity Investments, Hamilton Lane
Panelist: Michael Blankenship, Partner, Winston & Strawn
Panelist: Lonne Jaffe, Managing Director, Insight Partners
Panelist: Erik Levy, Group Head of Corporate Development & M&A, DMGT
Panelist: Chris Sugden, Managing Partner, Edison Partners
Panelist: Roumi Zlateva, Vice President, Lovell Minnick Partners