Why the Japanese market in mid-sized M&A deals is ‘buzzing’

An interesting and informative article by o-founder and partner at ROC Partners, on why the market in mid-sized Japanese private equity deals is ‘buzzing’ appears here.

The story touches on the Merger and Acquisition Association of Japan, the  information exchange set up by Nihon M&A, Japan’s biggest player.

ROC Partners is the successor entity to Macquarie Group’s private equity fund-of-funds business which was bought out in 2014 by its senior executives.

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