Banking Transaction Update July 2022 – National transactions

Browne Jacobson continues to see good levels of transactional activity with certain sectors being particularly buoyant: healthcare, financial services, energy & infrastructure and tech.

03 August 2022

There are clearly challenging macro-economic factors at play but at Browne Jacobson we continue to see good levels of transactional activity with certain sectors being particularly buoyant: healthcare, financial services, energy & infrastructure and tech.

The market sentiment that we are picking up is that corporates, investors and debt funders feel positive that businesses can adapt to deal with the external challenges - as they did so impressively during CV19. That market confidence is also evidenced by the investment we are making in our own business at Browne Jacobson; we are about to move into new offices in Birmingham (the iconic 103 Colmore Row) and we have opened an office in Dublin.

We do though sense some increased caution but to date we have not seen evidence of deal flow dropping off as liquidity levels and the appetite for businesses in resilient sectors remains high. The remainder of 2022 will be an interesting period and at Browne Jacobson we remain confident that deal activity will hold up.

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