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Market Update: Inflation Abating, Recession Risk Retreats: Corporate Advisory Newsletter, Q1 2023

15 February 2023

In our Q1 2023 Corporate Advisory Newsletter, Finbarr Griffin, Head of Corporate Advisory, looks back at 2022, a turbulent but busy year for the Goodbody team.

Along with Finbarr’s recap, you’ll find a ‘Market Outlook’ for 2023 highlighting our view that there are still opportunities for growth, despite challenging markets. We expect to see well capitalised strategic acquirers continuing to transact, increasing costs of capital putting downward pressure on deal values and the 2023 IPO market to be better than 2022.

We’re pleased to announce that we have four new members of the Goodbody team joining us this quarter. Fintan Ryan joins as an equity research analyst on our Food & Beverage team, and Ken Rumph has joined our Cleantech and Renewable Energy team. We’re also welcoming Brough Ransom who has joined the Sales team where he will cover Healthcare and Sinéad Mahon has recently been appointed Head of Investment Banking. More about our new hires, their expertise and experience can be found in the newsletter.

Make sure to take a look at our ‘Upcoming Events’ section, where you can find all the details and mark your calendar for two upcoming Goodbody conferences.

Finally, we wrap up this edition of the newsletter with a look back at our ‘Transaction Highlights’ from 2022.

 

Read the full edition below or click here to view the report in your browser.

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