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In 2024, 60-70 M&A Deals in IT and Telecom are Expected: What are the Multipliers and What Could Go Wrong?

In 2024, the technology industry will remain the most attractive for investors and a leader in the number of M&A deals. This year, approximately 60-70 deals are expected, with 19 already completed. For comparison, the real estate sector currently holds the second place with six M&A deals. Sergey Goncharevich, founder and managing partner of Capital Times, discussed this and much more at the webinar “When and Why IT Companies Need an M&A Deal” organized by the IT Ukraine Association. Mind took notes of the most interesting points.

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The NBU and its easing: what should businesses expect from these steps of the regulator

The National Bank has recently announced the most significant easing of restrictions for businesses since the beginning of the full-scale war. Artem Shcherbina, the Director of Investments at Capital Times, analyzed for Mind how this will affect the latter and what implications it will have for the economy.

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The NBU is making money: why the regulator cut the key policy rate to 14.5% and how it will affect the economy

The National Bank has recently cut its key policy rate from 15% to 14.5%. The previous rate cut took place back in December last year, preceded by several rounds of cuts over the course of six months. Artem Shcherbyna, Chief Investment Officer at Capital Times, explains why the NBU took this step again after maintaining the discount rate at 15% in January 2024, how it will affect the Ukrainian economy, and whether we should expect similar steps from the regulator in the near future.

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The AI revolution and the resilience of the “magic seven”. Why are global stock indices updating historical highs and is there a basis for further growth?

Global stock indices have risen by 15-25% since November 2023. What is the reason for this optimism and why a possible stock market decline is a great opportunity for new investments in the capital market? Artem Shcherbyna, Chief Investment Officer at Capital Times, tells us.

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Ukrainian economy could return to pre-war levels not earlier than in 2026

According to our core scenario* nominal GDP of Ukraine is estimated as $145 bn (muсh lower from $200 bn in 2021) and the real GDP could decrease by 34% in 2022. Looking forward, the Ukrainian economy will be developing between $130-160 bn in 2023-2024 and recieving great amounts of financial support from external funds for budget finacing and infrastructure reconstruction.

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