DAK Launches The New Jersey M&A Trends Report – “Jersey Strong” Normalizes

Rochelle Park, NJ – The DAK Group, a leading investment bank specializing in middle market mergers, acquisitions, and strategic advisory, proudly announces the release of The New Jersey M&A Trends Report. This comprehensive report covers the first three quarters of 2023 and offers insightful projections for the year 2024.

Ari Fuchs, Managing Director at The DAK Group, highlighted the report’s significance, stating,

“This report identifies key data specific to NJ M&A, not easily available to business owners or their trusted advisors. It provides a tool to assist in shaping business strategies and in making critical decisions for growth or exit.”

Fuchs, in collaboration with Analyst Matt Wisneski, maintains a vigilant watch over the New Jersey M&A landscape, meticulously monitoring activities and trends while crafting the content for these quarterly reports.

Despite the challenges posed by increases in interest rates, the M&A landscape in New Jersey displayed remarkable resilience across most industry sectors during the first three quarters of 2023. This period marked a normalization after two years of peak activity, yet the overall M&A activity in NJ remained above the previous 5-year average.

The report delves into the nuanced trends of private equity and strategic buyers, and presents somewhat surprising shifts in certain industry upticks and declines. Additionally, it provides a regional and county overview, offering valuable insights into where deals are done in the Garden State.

Don’t miss out on this valuable resource that could shape your business strategies and decisions in the dynamic M&A landscape of New Jersey.

To access your complimentary copy of the New Jersey M&A Trends Report click below.

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