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London, UK – 21 September 2022. The latest global IT & Business Services M&A Market report from Hampleton Partners, the international M&A and corporate finance advisory firm for technology companies, reveals that sector transaction volume reached a record 699 deals in 1H2022, a massive 92 per cent increase year-on-year.

Miro Parizek, founder and principal partner, Hampleton Partners, said: “Many IT services players are buying up providers in niche areas to fill in gaps in domain expertise and experienced specialists.

IT & Business Services M&A Volume and Valuation Multiples

“In parallel, staff shortages have compelled CIOs to outsource tasks to managed service firms, which are therefore now in high demand and valuable.

“On the sell-side, IT services companies are using the M&A market to sell to a trade buyer, merge or partner with a private equity player to defend or establish leadership positions on a global scale.”

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