Report: Value-destruction trend appears in chemical industry M&A

03/8/2010 | ICIS News (U.K.)

A slowdown of mergers and acquisitions in the chemical market may prove to be beneficial, as the industry has a history of value destruction in M&A activity, according to a report from Alembic Global Advisors. The report shows that since 1990, deals worth more than $500 million have often fallen short in terms of stock performance, return on capital, operating margins and synergies.

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