Finance M&A
15:16 25 October 2021
Post by: WBJ

Polish M&A volumes up by 50% y/y

Polish M&A volumes up by 50% y/y
Source: PDP

The first half of 2021 saw Polish M&A volumes increase by almost 50 percent compared to the first half of 2020 (15 percent uplift on H2 2020), according to DC Advisory. The Polish infrastructure sector continues to drive deal volumes, with EU funding creating significant activity across the transport, energy, and digital space. Green energy transformation is accelerating as well, with most major players adopting decarbonization solutions – wind and solar projects continue to drive deal volumes. However, to meet 2030 energy production targets, these deals will have to accelerate further.

The British analysts emphasize that the Polish labor cost advantage, supported by a strong local talent pool, continues to drive the re-location of many manufacturing and business services companies to Poland.

“We see a number of international strategic players acquiring targets in Poland based on this cost advantage, in addition to the increasingly affluent and attractive domestic market,” DC Advisory said.

They added that economic recovery in Poland has been robust – GDP growth for 2021 is set to reach almost 5 percent and 2022 is expected to be even higher

“The public market continues to grow with the Polish WIG index at an all-time high,” the experts said.

(WBJ)


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