Mar 7, 2018

FinTech Monthly Review March 2018

Key Highlights:

  • Global technology M&A volumes remained strong in Q4 2017, driven by transactions greater than $1 billion
  • Treasury yields increased in February reflecting expectations of rising inflation and four fed rate increases in 2018
  • Equity market volatility increased sharply in February as interest rates increased, sending most major global indices down and increasing high yield bond spreads

 

Click to view full report: Fin Tech Industry Review – March 2018

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT DC ADVISORY US’S FINTECH TEAM:

Matthew Epstein
Head of Financial Technology & Services
matthew.epstein@dcsadvisory.com

Jordan Finkler
Director
jordan.finkler@dcsadvisory.com

 

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