Mergers and Acquisitions Deals by Top Themes and Industries in Q3 2022 – Thematic Intelligence

Pages: 241 Published: October 20, 2022 Report Code: GDMA-TR-M041

M&A deal value has hit a two-year low point in Q3 2022. It dropped 40% compared to Q2 2022, and more than 45% compared to Q3 2021. Q3 2022 recorded 115 mega deals (defined as any deal valued at more than $1 billion), which is 21 less than in the previous quarter.

The M&A deals thematic research report analyzes the disruptive themes that have driven M&A activities in Q3 2022, across 18 sectors including aerospace, defense, & security, apparel, automotive, banking & payments, construction, consumer, foodservice, healthcare, insurance, medical devices, mining, oil & gas, packaging, pharma, power, retail, technology, media & telecoms (TMT), and travel & tourism.

M&A Deals Activity by Regions

The key regions that drove M&A deal activity in Q3 2022 were North America, Europe, China, South & Central America, Middle East & Africa, and APAC Ex-China. North America continued to dominate M&A deal activity in Q3 2022. All regions except China and the Middle East and Africa recorded a decline in deal value in Q3 2022 compared to the previous quarter.

M&A Deals Analysis by Regions

M&A Deals Analysis by Regions

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M&A Deals Activity by Sectors

The report analyzes M&A activity in several sectors in Q3 2022 including aerospace, defense & security​, apparel​, automotive​, banking & payments,​ construction​, consumer goods, foodservice​, healthcare, insurance​, medical devices​, mining, oil & gas, packaging​, pharma, power​, retail​, technology, media, & telecom (TMT), and travel & tourism. The TMT sector continued to dominate M&A deal activity in Q3 2022. Most sectors saw a decline in deal activity in the same period.

TMT: The M&A activity in the TMT sector in Q3 2022 saw a steep drop compared to the last quarter. Among all the sub-sectors in TMT, the technology sub-sector recorded the highest deal activity.

Packaging: The packaging sector recorded 4 M&A deals in Q3 2022. Packaging material was the largest packaging sub-sector in terms of both deal value and volume in Q1–Q3 2022. 

Power: Solar was the largest sub-sector in terms of deal volume as well as value in Q1–Q3 2022. Apart from South & Central America and APAC Ex-China, all regions reported an increase in deal value in Q3 2022.

Oil & Gas: The upstream sub-sector contributed the most to M&A activity in terms of deal value in Q1–Q3 2022. All regions except South and Central America and APAC Ex-China recorded an increase in their M&A deal value in Q3 2022 compared to Q2 2022.

M&A Deals Analysis by Sectors

M&A Deals Analysis by Sectors

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M&A Activity: Top Themes

The top themes that drove M&A activity in the following sectors are:

TMT: Streaming and cybersecurity drove M&A activity in the TMT sector in Q3 2022.

Packaging: Emerging economies and circular economy drove M&A activity in the packaging sector in Q3 2022.

Power: The top two themes that drove M&A activity in the power sector in Q3 2022 were ESG and energy transition.

Oil & Gas: Shale and subsea were the top two themes that drove M&A activity in the oil & gas sector in Q3 2022.

Top Themes Driving M&A Activity

Top Themes Driving M&A Activity

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M&A Deals Report Overview

Key Regions North America, Europe, China, South and Central America, Middle East and Africa, and APAC Ex-China
Key Sectors Aerospace, Defense, & Security, Apparel, Automotive, Banking & Payments, Construction, Consumer Goods, Foodservice, Healthcare, Insurance, Medical Devices, Mining, Oil & Gas, Packaging, Pharma, Power, Retail, Technology, Media & Telecoms (TMT), and Travel & Tourism

Scope 

  • This report provides an overview of merger and acquisition activity globally in Q3 2022 across 18 sectors including aerospace, defense, & security, apparel, automotive, banking & payments, construction, consumer, foodservice, healthcare, insurance, medical devices, mining, oil & gas, packaging, pharma, power, retail, technology, media & telecoms, travel & tourism.
  • It identifies the themes driving the most notable deals announced in Q3 2022 across all 18 sectors.
  • It also assesses the impact of COVID-19 on the M&A market.

Reasons to Buy

  • Companies that invest in the right themes become success stories; those that miss the big themes end up as failures. If you want to understand the themes that drive an industry, simply look at the list of recent mergers and acquisitions (M&As).
  • This report lists the most notable deals across 18 sectors to make it easy for our clients to get a view of themes disrupting these sectors and prepare for the future.

Key Players

ABG-Robin BidCo
Descent
Marui Orimono
Next
Ecologyst
Aurelius group
Christian Brands
Shiprocket
Italmobiliare
Buka Investments
F&F Holdings
Creas F & C
Vista Outdoor
Coats Group
H&T Group
Zhejiang Helimeng Home
ODLO
Hojeon
Commerce Miner
Le Coq Sportif
Soko Seiren
Joules Group
Frankie Collective
Footasylum
Murphy Robes
Omuni
Sidi Sport
Socrati South Africa
Sergio Tacchini
Kukdong
Fox Head
Texon International Group
Swiss Time Services
Shanghai Xiaoheman IT
Henri-Lloyd
PT Kahoindah Citragarment
Remarkable Labs
Luoyang Glass
Aptiv
SK Networks
Link Score
Shift Technologies
Tata Motors
BorgWarner
Hyundai
Kia
Nikola
Plastic Omnium
EV Technology
Nano Dimension
Tl Clean Mobility
Captor Capital
Deep Medicine
Autosports Group
Randon
Zhenghe Industry
Chinese state-owned asset management company
Sun Life Financial
Razorpay Software
United Endeavors (Inactive)
Seacoast Banking
The Toronto-Dominion Bank
Rev Worldwide
Searchlight Capital Partners
Deutsche Bank
EOS Spain
The First BancShares
GloriFi
Kingdom
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group
Al Othaim
Kuwait Finance House
Sedaya Multi Investama
China Evergrande Group
Advisors Asset Management
Ezetap Mobile Solutions
Linking Smart
Professional Holding
Cowen
NetSpend
Kutxabank
Heritage Southeast
DHC Acquisition
Suncorp Bank
Abdullah Al Othaim Investment
Ahli United Bank
Bank Jasa Jakarta
Extra Space storage
Atlas Arteria
Vistry Group
Aboitiz InfraCapital
Global Infrastructure Solutions
Shanghai Chengtou Holdings
CalPortland
WSP
Fortune Brands Home & Security
ArcelorMittal
MPI
Barings
Juntion Development Hong Kong
Qatar Investment Authority
Godspeed Capital
Arcadis
Shenzhen SEZ
Xuzhou Construction
Spirax-Sarco Engineering
Storage Express
Skyway Concession
Countryside
GMR Megawide Cebu Airport
Shanghai Luxiangyuan Real Estate
Martin Marietta
RPS
Aqualisa
Vale (CSP)
Meralco
NFU Mutual
Great Smart International
SK ecoplant
Hill International
IBI Group
Shenzhen First Asia Pacific Property
XCMG
Vulcanic
PAG Asia
Church & Dwight
Gansu Yate Investment Group
Longnan Kelite Investment
Kerry Group
SNDL
Zhengbang Group
Motilal Oswal
Cooke
Investindustrial
Del Monte Foods
Colgate
PepsiCo
Empresas CMPC
Softys
Dechra Pharmaceuticals
Kokuyo
Castel Group
Sirio Pharma
Sirio Healthcare
Patties Foods and Vesco Foods
Hero Cosmetics
The Kraft Heinz
Valens Company
Jiangxi Zhengnongtong Network Technology
Simpolo Vitrified
Tassal Group
TreeHouse Foods
McCormick
Red Collar Pet Foods
Celsius
Productos Internacionales Mabe
Ontex
Piedmont Animal Health
HNI Hong Kong
Diageo
Best Formulations
Astrobotic Technology
Safran Electrical & Power
Canik Arms
PCX Aerosystems
Saudi Arabian Military Industries
Precision Aviation Group
Caelum
Ondas Networks
American Robotics
Ace Aerofondo
Changchun Aopu Optoelectronics
By Light Professional IT Services
Zen Technologies
TCOM
Electronic Technologies Group
Raytheon Technologies
Siemens
Fastener Distribution
Bascom Hunter
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace
Masten Space Systems
Thales
AEI Systems
Pacific Contours
Saudi Rotorcraft Support Company
PTB Group
Hana ITM
Airobotics
Acatec
Changchun Changguang Aerospace Composite Materia
Veraxx Engineering
Paladin Al
Aerostar International
Exxelia
Northern Space and Security
Zona Technology
Electro Enterprises
TelGaAs
NanoAvionics
Gansu Yate Investment
Longnan Kelite
Globaltec
Domino's Pizza
Colour Bright Global
Artfarm
MTY Food Group
Butterfly
Fairfax Financial
BT Brands
Barbeque Nation Hospitality
MC Brazil F&B Participacoes
JBT
Azkoyen
Plant & Co
Uni-President Enterprises
The Restaurant Group
Soykingdom
Jinhui Liquor
Metta Food & Lifestyl
Mikenwill
Impress Foods
Just Eat
Big Team Ventures
The Groucho Club
BBQ
Qdoba
Recipe Unlimited
Von Stephan Village
Red Apple Kitchen Cosultancy
Zamp
Bevcorp
Ascaso
Lettuce Love Cafe
Barburrito
LN Banuea
Yisheng Biopharma
Pure Health
LifePoint Health
Apollo led group
ADIA
Hunan Dajia Weikang Pharma
Exor
Ardent Health Services
Springstone
GI Alliance
Aditya Birla Health Insurance
Metrics Contract Services
Ningxia Delixin Pharma
Institut Merieux
Lakeland Bancorp
SBI
Sagicor Financial
Government of New Zealand
Verso Wealth Management
Steadfast Group
Spruce Lake Liability
The Dai-ichi Life Insurance
Safehold
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance
Advent International
The Carlyle Group
Grupo Catalana Occidente
Kingdom Holdings
CNP Assurances
Athora Deutschland
Apax Partners
Banco BPM
Provident Financial Services
ARUHI
ivari
Kiwi Group
Campbell Thomson
Insurance Brands Australia
Redco
Partners Life
iStar
Transverse Insurance Group
Tokio Marine Newa Insurance
SunLife
Yes Bank
Group Memora
Phoenix Group
UniCredit
M&G
AXA Germany
Opteven Assurances
Bipiemme
Halma
Google
Rocket Pharma
McKesson
DCC Healthcare
CVS Health
Teleflex
Eurobio Scientific
Azenta
Bio-Rad Laboratories
MDxHealth
ConMed
SomaLogic
Cadence Design Systems
Patient Square Capital
Vertex Pharma
Health Sciences Acquisitions
IZI Medical Products
BreezoMeter
Renovacor
Rx Savings Solutions
Medi-Globe
Signify Health
Olympus
Standard Bariatrics
Genome Diagnostics
B Medical Systems
Scope Fluidics
Exact Sciences
Biorez
Palamedrix
OpenEye Scientific Software
Hanger
Orchestra BioMed
Federal Signal
Advanced Emissions
Stanmore Resources
Orica
New Hope Group
RG Royalties
Astrindo Nusantara Infrastruktur
Sichuan Xingsheng Lithium
Aspen Technology
Thiess
GCM Mining
Ganfeng Lithium
Franco-Nevada
China Baowu Steel
Zijin Mining Group Northwest
Korea Zinc
Marcegaglia
Anglo Pacific Group
International Royalty
Hawkeye Systems
TowHaul
Arq
BHP Mitsui Coal
Axis Mining Technology
Malabar Resources
Kennecott Royalty Company
PTT Mining
Sipude Technology Group
Micromine
MACA
Aris Gold
Lithea
G Mining Ventures
Xinyu Iron & Steel
Xinjiang Weifu Mining
Igneo Technologies
Outokumpu
South32
Great Bear Royalties
Blue Gold International
Capricorn Energy
DT Midstream
China Oil & Gas Pipeline Network
Hammerhead Resources
Talos Energy
National Company KazMunayGas
Tamarack Valley Energy
EIG Global Energy
EQT
ADES Arabia
Phillips 66
Devon Energy
Energy Transfer
Enbridge
Ineos Group
China Petroleum & Chemical
Emergencia Participacoes
Energos Infrastructure
Ring Energy
NewMed Energy
National Grid
United Pipeline
Decarbonization Plus
EnVen Energy
Samruk-Kazyna
Deltastream Energy
Repsol
THQ Appalachia I
THQ-XcL
Seadrill
DCP Midstream
Validus Energy
Woodford Express
Pacific Energy
Shanghai Secco
INEOS Styrolution Advanced Materials
HPX
New Fortress Energy
Stronghold Energy II Operating
Stronghold Energy II Royalties
Sylvamo
Schwarz Produktion
Primorus Investments
Scientex Packaging Film
In.Pack Machinery
ShengXing Group
Augment Investments
Daeyang Paper
Tomypak Flexible Packaging
D'nonce Technology
Temperpack Technologies
Westrock
Close the Loop
BC Partners
SCG Packaging
MC Partners
Fedrigoni
Smart Organic
Domtar
Stora Enso
Interpac
De Jong Packaging
Taisei Lamick Malaysia
HolwegWeber
Pacific Can
Mondi Syktyvkar
Daeyoung Packaging
EB Packaging
Komark Thailand
KTM Industries
Grupo Gondi
Alliance Paper
Bain Capital
Peute Recycling
Daeheung Industrial
Unifol
BIO PACK BG
Resolute Forest Products
Trade UP
YS Biopharma
Good Works II
Apollomics
AmerisourceBergen
Arcutis
Novo Nordisk
Alcon
Catalent
Pfizer
Sartorius Stedim Biotech
Gilead Sciences
Amgen
Frazier Lifesciences
Grunenthal
OMERS Capital Markets
Vertex Pharmaceuticals
SD Biosensor
SJL Partners
AstraZeneca
Ginkgo BioWorks
Estrella Biopharma
Summit Healthcare
Direct Biologics
Maxpro Capital
PharmaLex
Ducentis BioTherapeutics
Forma Therapeutics
Aerie Pharmaceuticals
Mayne Pharma Group
Global Blood Therapeutics
Albumedix
MiroBio
ChemoCentryx
NewAmsterdam Pharma
Bayer
Ultragenyx
ViaCyte
Meridian Bioscience
TeneoTwo
Zymergen
Aquila Clean Energy EMEA
QatarEnergy
Orion-E
RH International (Singapore)
Mitsui
ReNew Power
International Holding
JSW Neo Energy
Enel Green Power Chile
HIF Global
National Employment Savings Trust
MasTec
Orsted
Iberdrola
BlackRock Real Assets
Scatec
H1 Holdings
Capital Power
Manulife Infrastructure
Partners Group
NTPC Green Energy
Squadron Energy
China Power International
Nexif Energy
NXF
Kalyon Enerji Yatirimlari
Mytrah Energy
Global Infrastructure
Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives
Ostwind
Vanguard Renewables
MCV
Budderfly
NTPC
China Power
China Power International New Energy
TPB Acquisition
New Wave Group
Walmart
The Market Herald
Noon AD
ABG-Robin
Daio Paper
IMG Endeavor
Signet Jewelers
Emerald Energy
Aurelius Equity Opportunities
Uni-President
Moonpig Group
Dufry
CPP Investments
Essity
Topland Group
Fomento Economico Mexicano
Pictet & Cie Group
Lavoro
B.T.C. Activewear
Massmart
Adevinta
Namshi General Trading
Ted Baker
Daiki
Barrett-Jackson Auction Company
Blue Nile
Lifestyle International
JD Sports
Carrefour Taiwan
Shopper Media Group
Buyagift
Autogrill
D1
Modibodi
Marks and Spencer Group
Valora
Abacus
Vista Equity Partners
Adobe
Roper Technologies
Open Text UK
Bharti Telecom
4iG
Corvinus
Centerbridge Partners
Bridgeport Partners
Prosus
HRL Morrison
Commonwealth Superannuation
Thoma Bravo
Semtech
Global Payments
Eutelsat
Credit Agricole
Vauban Infrastructure
Amazon
DigitalBridge Group
Brookfield Asset Management
Unity Technologies
Stonepeak Partners
KnowBe4
Figma
Frontline Education
Micro Focus
Singtel
Vodafone Hungary
Computer Services
iFood.com
Avalara
iRobot
Uniti Group
Ping Identity
Sierra Wireless
EVO Payments
OneWeb
Telefonica Espana
1Life Healthcare
GD Towers
IronSource
Coresite
TodayTix
CentralNic
SoLVBL Solutions
Adani
AMG Media Networks
Vishvapradhan Commercial
AONIC
SLL Joongang and other investor
PENN Entertainment
Third Point
Tremor International
Viaplay
Allen Media
Cartology
CJ ENM
FAST Acquisition
Corpus Korea
Connection Capital
Peter Chernin
Talenthouse
Hengdian Entertainment
Azerion
Secret Cinema
Aporia
Darkhorse Films
NDTV
exmox
Film Monster
Barstool Sports
The Walt Disney
Amobee
Premier Sports
Black News Channel
Shopper Media
KT StudioGenie
Falcon's Beyond
Kim Jong Hak Production
4Wood
Red Arrow Studios
Coolabi
Shanghai Xingyi Cinema Management
Madvertise
Amber Infrastructure Group
DIF Core-Plus Infrastructure Fund III
Century Casinos
VICI Properties
MarineMax
Apollo Global Management
J.F. Lehman & Company
Hill City Capital
Vesta Hospitality
VINCI Airports
RLJ Lodging Trust
Pandox
Autohellas
Hainan Hanwei Investment
London + Regional Properties
Yancheng Dayangwan Group Development
High Street Holdings
Sakai Trust
Citylink
Henderson Park Capital Partners UK
ComfortDelGro
Fattal Group
Klaus-Michael Kuehne
Stockdale Capital Partners
Rail First Asset Management
Rocky Gap Casino
Island Global Yachting
Atlas Air Worldwide
Surfsand Resort
Fintech Advisory
21c Museum Hotel Nashville
NH Brussels Louise
Hertz Aluguer de viaturas
Hainan Airlines
Coima SGR
Yancheng Dayangwan Changle Health Development
Peppers Kings Square
Nagacorp
GoBus
Mandarin Oriental International
Evobus and Coach
KKR and Dunas Capital
Deutsche Lufthansa
The Marker San Francisco

Table of Contents

Review of Global M&A Market – Q3 2022

Themes Driving Global M&A Market – Q3 2022

Thematic M&A Drivers By Sector:

Aerospace, Defense & Security

Apparel

Automotive

Banking & Payments

Construction

Consumer Goods

Foodservice

Healthcare

Insurance

Medical Devices

Mining

Oil & Gas

Packaging

Pharma

Power

Retail

TMT

Travel & Tourism

Appendices

Frequently Asked Questions

The key regions that drove M&A deal activity in Q3 2022 were North America, Europe, China, South & Central America, Middle East & Africa, and APAC Ex-China.

The key sectors that drove M&A deal activity in Q3 2022 were aerospace, defense & security, apparel, automotive, banking & payments, construction, consumer goods, foodservice, healthcare, insurance, medical devices, mining, oil & gas, packaging, pharma, power, retail, technology, media, & telecom (TMT), and travel & tourism.

Streaming and cybersecurity were the top two themes that drove M&A activity in the TMT sector in Q3 2022.

Emerging economies and circular economy were the top two themes that drove M&A activity in the packaging sector in Q3 2022

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