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M&A: Credit Crunch Hits Major Chemical Deals

9:08 AM MST | November 26, 2007 |

Alex Scott

There has been a slowdown in chemical transactions where target companies are valued at above €500 million ($740 million) as a direct result of the global credit crunch that emerged in August, Rod Cantrill and Matthew Taylor, partners of M&A advisors Millington Advisory Partners (London), tell CW. The major financing banks that often provide credit for major M&A deals are exercising far greater caution in providing finance for major M&A deals in the sector, Cantrill says. The situation is very different from the first half of the year...

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