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Profiting from the booming autotech M&A market – what you need to know to sell your company successfully

18 March 2020

One of the most active sectors currently in the market is Autotech. Prolific strategic buyers are acquiring more and more companies and the market is consolidating in an effort to innovate and stay relevant. Financial investors are becoming increasingly active, acquiring larger organisations that are then being used as the foundation of roll up strategies. This increased activity is pushing valuations upwards.

Join Browne Jacobson’s legal experts Selina Hinchliffe and Sam Sharp, along with Hampleton Partners technology M&A expert, Jonathan Simnett, in this exclusive webinar to learn from their experience with Autotech M&A transactions.

Hampleton Partners and Browne Jacobson will be presenting the latest autotech M&A research, including international tech deals, valuations, current top trends, case studies and legal and intellectual property considerations of a deal.

our speakers

Selina Hinchliffe

Selina Hinchliffe

Partner

Selina is a non-contentious IP transactional lawyer with particular experience of working with clients in the utilities, energy and tech sectors.

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Sam sharp

Sam Sharp

Senior Associate

Sam works in the corporate team specialising in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, company reorganisations and buybacks and provides general business advice to corporate clients.

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