Signs of an M&A Boom?

Mark Martin, Head of UK Equities, Neptune

After a quiet year for M&A in 2016, UK equities have been bolstered by increased deal activity year-to-date. Neptune’s Mark Martin explains why he believes M&A could continue to drive the outperformance of small and mid-caps in the coming months.

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