Guest post by attorneys at Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
Based on their extensive experience advising health care industry clients, Epstein Becker Green attorneys and strategic advisors from EBG Advisors are predicting the “hot” health care sectors for investment, growth, and consolidation in 2020. These predictions for 2020 are largely based on the increasing confluence of the following three key “drivers” of health industry transformation that is substantially underway:
Guest post by Carlos Juarez from Mayer Brown LLP, Free Writings + Perspectives
US IPO volume has declined by almost a quarter year-over-year, according to EY’s recent Global IPO trends report. To date, $44.5 billion in proceeds have been raised in 127 IPOs, 23% less than at the end of Q3 2018. The third quarter of 2019 alone saw 39 IPOs in the US, which raised $11.9 billion, down 30% by number of deals. Median deal size in Q3 2019 was $125 million, an 8% increase compared to Q3 2018, and the median post-IPO market cap for companies was $708 million according to the report.