Apr 30, 2019
The fortnight thus far
Reports & resources we loved in the last 15 days, once every 15 days.
Global Healthcare PE Report
Disclosed deal values surged almost 50% to $63.1 billion, topping last year’s $42.6B, and deal count rose to 316 in 2018 from 265 in 2017. [ Bain & Company > Full report here:
STO Investment Guide
The STO market enabled by Blockchain is projected to reach $5 trillion by 2022 (if less than 1% of globally traded assets move onto blockchains), representing an enormous opportunity for capital markets.
[ Techemy Capital > Full report here: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6531329184931942400 ]
The Digital Building Products Company
By 2030, digitally enabled direct distribution will be common in the building materials industry. Global construction output is expected to grow in the range of 85% by 2030, creating a $15.5 trillion marketplace worldwide by the end of this time frame.
[ SAP > Full report here:
Shaping Consumer Trends
The Packaged Consumer Goods sector is estimated to grow at a pace of 18% and cross the $100B mark by 2020. With growing number of SKUs available, complexity will drive them towards sources that will help to simplify and ease their choice-related and purchase decisions.
[ PwC & FICCI > Full report here :
Telecom, Media and Technology M&A Trends
In Q2 2018, global deal activity aggregated at $395.8B from 2,552 deals, the highest deal value in the last 3 years, driven by a combination of a robust middle-market M&A environment and a wave of mega deals.
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
The Future of Urban Mobility 3.0
Urban Mobility is the #1 priority area for cities in attracting investors. By 2050 a need of Euro 829B is forecasted, per year globally for urban mobility. The ecosystem will evolve to newer business models to meet this challenge.
[ Arthur D Little > Full report here:
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