Posts tagged: Canaccord Genuity

Canaccord Genuity's Quest bullish about takeover deals ... - Part 4

Wednesday, 11 January 2023, 2:14 pm

It's that time of the year when scribblers at Canaccord Genuity's Quest release a note with their UK M&A takeover tips - all 94 of them.

Graham Simpson who compiled this list of of potential takeover targets, writes: "UK companies continue to look materially undervalued, potentially making them takeover targets for both private equity and international corporates."..

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Forget about P2P; dealmaking is now all about C2C, according to Canaccord Genuity's Quest

Thursday, 1 September 2022, 11:04 am

Scribblers at Quest were this morning talking up the prospect of corporate dealmaking in the next quarter despite the bearish sentiment pervading markets.

Following last week's flurry of technology deals (i.e. Open Text's bid for Micro Focus International and Schneider Electric's possible offer for Aveva) analysts at Quest, the cashflow analysis division of Canaccord Genuity, reckon there could be a few more corporate deals in the United Kingdom on the horizon...

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Canaccord Genuity tips Vodafone, Persimmon, J Sainsbury's, Royal Mail and ITV as takeover targets

Thursday, 15 July 2021, 4:38 pm

It took a while but scribblers at some of the City of London's top brokers have finally figured out there is a merger & acquisition boom taking place in Britain.

So now every stock market broker is punting a list of takeover tips, with the chaps and chapettes at Canaccord Genuity the latest bunch to draw up a list of bid targets...

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Canaccord Genuity's Quest bullish about takeover deals... - Part 2

Tuesday, 11 August 2020, 10:52 am

Ping! An email arrives from the cash flow experts at Quest, a division of broker Canaccord Genuity.

Graham Simpson, an analyst at Quest, believes London-based bankers are trying to stay employed by running around pitching leveraged buy-out ideas to a variety of private equity houses, sovereign wealth funds and dealmakers. No surprises there, I guess...

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