2024 Top Global M&A Deals

IMAA’s 2024 Top Global M&A Deals industry coverage offers an overview of the year’s most significant M&A transactions across eight key industries. This monthly M&A activity overview provides the top 5 M&A deals for each industry, which offers a clear view of major market movements and highlights key players in each sector.

These monthly M&A insights can benefit M&A practitioners, corporate strategists, investment bankers, legal advisors, C-level executives, investors, and policymakers. It aids in identifying market trends, investment opportunities, and strategic decision-making, while also serving as a valuable resource for academic research in finance, business strategy, and economics.

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M&A Activity in the Consumer Products and Services Industry

The top global M&A deals in this industry list include companies that manufacture and sell goods or services directly to the end consumer, covering a wide array of products from household items to personal care.

January

Consumer Products and Services

  1. Deal 1: 337 Morrisons petrol forecourts & more than 400 Ultra-Rapid EV sites of Wm Morrison Supermarkets (United Kingdom) was acquired by Motor Fuel Limited (United Kingdom) for $3.16 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: Kindred Group plc (Malta) was acquired by La Française des Jeux Société anonyme (France) for $2.83 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Carrols Restaurant Group, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Restaurant Brands International Inc. (Canada) for $1.00 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: 204 gas stations and convenience stores of Sunoco LP (United States) was acquired by 7-Eleven, Inc. (United States) for $0.95 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: CH&CO (United Kingdom) was acquired by Compass Group PLC (United Kingdom) for $0.60 billion USD.

1. Motor Fuel Limited to acquire 337 Morrisons petrol forecourts & more than 400 Ultra-Rapid EV sites of Wm Morrison Supermarkets

The renowned UK supermarket chain, Morissons, has recently announced a GBP 2.5 billion (approximately USD 3.16 billion) deal with Motor Fuel Group (MFG), an independent petrol station forecourt operator. The agreement involves the acquisition of 337 petrol forecourts and over 400 associated sites across the UK. The primary objective is to facilitate the development of Ultra-Rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

 

The collaboration between Morrisons and MFG is poised to unlock significant synergies within the fuel retail sector and related services. By pooling resources, both entities stand to gain scale advantages and explore new growth avenues. Beyond business interests, the acquisition promises tangible benefits for UK motorists and shoppers, aligning with the government’s ambitious targets for achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

 

MFG’s plans include the installation of 800 ultra-rapid EV charging points across the acquired sites within the initial five-year period. This investment positions MFG as a player in the ultra-rapid EV charging landscape, with a network catering to customers nationwide. The endeavor also propels MFG to the forefront of convenience store operations in the UK.

 

The proceeds from the sale will empower Morrisons to reinvest in its core grocery and food-making businesses, strengthening its financial position. This strategic realignment follows Clayton, Dubilier & Rice’s acquisition of Morrisons in 2021. Notably, all stakeholders have collaborated closely with the Competition & Markets Authority (“CMA”) throughout 2022 to address any competition concerns, with MFG divesting 87 sites as part of this process.

 

*Motor Fuel Limited – United Kingdom

*337 Morrisons petrol forecourts & more than 400 Ultra-Rapid EV sites of Wm Morrison Supermarkets – United Kingdom

 

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2. La Française des Jeux Société anonyme to acquire Kindred Group plc

French gaming giant, Française des Jeux (FDJ), has made a bid to acquire Kindred, a Sweden-listed online betting group, in a deal valued at EUR 2.6 billion (USD 2.83 billion). The proposed acquisition involves FDJ offering SKr 130 (USD 12.47) per share in cash.

 

This strategic move is aimed at expanding FDJ’s presence in the online betting sector in France, where it currently dominates the lottery services market. The deal positions FDJ as the second-largest operator in Europe’s gaming sector.

 

For FDJ, the acquisition of Kindred presents a gateway to accessing the latter’s expansive customer base, which exceeds 30 million across Europe, North America, and Australia. This move promises a substantial expansion of FDJ’s international operations, with its share of overseas gross gaming revenue expected to surge from 6% to around 20%.

 

Beyond broadening its global reach, the merger accelerates FDJ’s digital evolution, anticipating a significant uptick in online business revenue from 14% to 29% post-integration.

 

On the flip side, for Kindred, the acquisition represents an opportunity to expedite long-term strategic objectives and reinforce its foothold in crucial markets, all while ensuring regulatory compliance and nurturing customer loyalty.

 

The decision to merge comes after a thorough evaluation by Kindred, prompted by a downturn in revenues and profits in 2022, partly attributed to its withdrawal from the Netherlands market.

 

FDJ has enlisted Goldman Sachs Bank Europe SE, Succursale de Paris, and Valens Partners SAS as financial advisors, while Kindred is being advised by PJT Partners (UK) Limited, Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc, and Canaccord Genuity Limited.

 

*La Française des Jeux Société anonyme – France

* Kindred Group plc – Malta

 

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3. Restaurant Brands International Inc. to acquire Carrols Restaurant Group, Inc.

Burger King’s owner, Restaurant Brands, has announced its intention to acquire Carrols Restaurant Group, the largest franchisee of Burger King outlets in the United States, in a significant deal valued at approximately USD 1 billion in cash. Toronto-based Restaurant Brands International (RBI) will pay USD 9.55 per share for Carrols in the acquisition.

Carrols currently operates 1,022 Burger King restaurants across 23 states and also owns and manages 60 Popeyes restaurants in six states.

 

This acquisition represents a strategic shift for Burger King, reflecting a proactive approach to reinvigorating its brand and market presence. With sales trailing behind competitors like Wendy’s, which recently surpassed Burger King as the second-largest burger chain in the U.S., Burger King’s strategy focuses on investing in restaurant renovations and advertising campaigns to stimulate consumer demand and enhance franchisee profitability.

 

Restaurant Brands plans to swiftly renovate 600 of Carrols’ Burger King locations over the next five years, utilizing approximately USD 500 million from Carrols’ operational cash flow. The goal is to modernize these establishments and subsequently offer them for sale to franchisees. This strategic move underscores RBI’s commitment to identifying and pursuing lucrative, long-term investment opportunities.

 

The transaction is expected to be finalized by the second quarter of 2024, with J.P. Morgan acting as financial advisor to RBI and Jefferies LLC serving the same role for Carrols.

 

*Restaurant Brands International Inc. – Canada

*Carrols Restaurant Group, Inc.– United States

 

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4. 7-Eleven, Inc. to acquire 204 gas stations and convenience stores of Sunoco LP

U.S. convenience retail chain, 7-Eleven, Inc., is set to expand its footprint with the acquisition of 204 stores from Dallas-based Sunoco LP. These stores include the well-known Stripes convenience stores and Laredo Taco Company restaurants. The deal, valued at USD 950 million, encompasses adjustments for fuel and merchandise inventory. Additionally, Sunoco will modify its existing take-or-pay fuel supply agreement with 7-Eleven to encompass future and additional fuel gross profit.

 

With this acquisition, 7-Eleven’s network will encompass over 13,000 locations across the U.S. and Canada, including Speedway and Stripes outlets. The move aligns with 7-Eleven’s strategic objective to increase the share of proprietary foods, beverages, and private brands, aiming for 34% of sales by 2025. Furthermore, the company seeks to achieve synergies of USD 800 million by 2023 through the integration with Speedway, while also exploring avenues for cost reduction and growth opportunities in the North American market through mergers, acquisitions, and new store development.

 

This acquisition follows 7-Eleven’s initial purchase of 1,030 stores in 17 states, including Stripes outlets in Texas, from Sunoco in 2018 for USD 3.3 billion. Sunoco’s rationale for this sale was a strategic shift to prioritize the growth of its gasoline business.

 

The financing for this acquisition will be facilitated through Sunoco’s revolving credit facility, with the transaction expected to conclude in the first quarter of 2024.

 

*7-Eleven, Inc.  – United States

*204 gas stations and convenience stores of Sunoco LP – United States

 

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5. Compass Group PLC to acquire CH&Co Catering Group

UK-based global food service company, Compass Group PLC, has agreed to purchase its rival CH&CO in a deal worth GBP 475 million pounds (approximately USD 600 million). This acquisition includes an additional earn-out clause over the subsequent two years post-closure, contingent upon the business’s profit growth. British-based global food service company. CH&CO has a diverse client base and broad geographic spread, complementing Compass Group’s existing presence in the UK and Ireland.

 

Compass Group intends to capitalize on CH&CO’s strong brand recognition and widespread geographic coverage, envisioning an increased market share in the region. Conversely, CH&CO sees the acquisition as a substantial growth opportunity for its clientele.

 

CH&CO, backed by private equity group Equistone, provides catering services to various sectors, including business & industry, sports & leisure, education, and healthcare. It serves venues such as London’s Royal Opera House, Abbey Road Studios, and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.

 

The acquisition intends to leverage the strengths of both companies, focusing on a client-centered approach, a people-focused culture, and a commitment to sustainability. It aims to drive innovation, enhance the client and customer experience, and offer broader career progression opportunities for employees.

 

After completion, CH&CO’s portfolio of companies, including Gather & Gather, Vacherin, and Company of Cooks, will join Compass Group’s family of brands, offering a comprehensive client proposition.

 

*Compass Group PLC– United Kingdom

*CH&Co Catering Group– United Kingdom

 

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February

Consumer Products and Services

Motor Fuel Limited to acquire 337 Morrisons petrol forecourts & more than 400 Ultra-Rapid EV sites of Wm Morrison Supermarkets

The renowned UK supermarket chain, Morissons, has recently announced a GBP 2.5 billion (approximately USD 3.16 billion) deal with Motor Fuel Group (MFG), an independent petrol station forecourt operator. The agreement involves the acquisition of 337 petrol forecourts and over 400 associated sites across the UK. The primary objective is to facilitate the development of Ultra-Rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

 

The collaboration between Morrisons and MFG is poised to unlock significant synergies within the fuel retail sector and related services. By pooling resources, both entities stand to gain scale advantages and explore new growth avenues. Beyond business interests, the acquisition promises tangible benefits for UK motorists and shoppers, aligning with the government’s ambitious targets for achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

 

MFG’s plans include the installation of 800 ultra-rapid EV charging points across the acquired sites within the initial five-year period. This investment positions MFG as a player in the ultra-rapid EV charging landscape, with a network catering to customers nationwide. The endeavor also propels MFG to the forefront of convenience store operations in the UK.

 

The proceeds from the sale will empower Morrisons to reinvest in its core grocery and food-making businesses, strengthening its financial position. This strategic realignment follows Clayton, Dubilier & Rice’s acquisition of Morrisons in 2021. Notably, all stakeholders have collaborated closely with the Competition & Markets Authority (“CMA”) throughout 2022 to address any competition concerns, with MFG divesting 87 sites as part of this process.

 

*Motor Fuel Limited – United Kingdom

*337 Morrisons petrol forecourts & more than 400 Ultra-Rapid EV sites of Wm Morrison Supermarkets – United Kingdom

 

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Motor Fuel Limited to acquire 337 Morrisons petrol forecourts & more than 400 Ultra-Rapid EV sites of Wm Morrison Supermarkets

The renowned UK supermarket chain, Morissons, has recently announced a GBP 2.5 billion (approximately USD 3.16 billion) deal with Motor Fuel Group (MFG), an independent petrol station forecourt operator. The agreement involves the acquisition of 337 petrol forecourts and over 400 associated sites across the UK. The primary objective is to facilitate the development of Ultra-Rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

 

The collaboration between Morrisons and MFG is poised to unlock significant synergies within the fuel retail sector and related services. By pooling resources, both entities stand to gain scale advantages and explore new growth avenues. Beyond business interests, the acquisition promises tangible benefits for UK motorists and shoppers, aligning with the government’s ambitious targets for achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

 

MFG’s plans include the installation of 800 ultra-rapid EV charging points across the acquired sites within the initial five-year period. This investment positions MFG as a player in the ultra-rapid EV charging landscape, with a network catering to customers nationwide. The endeavor also propels MFG to the forefront of convenience store operations in the UK.

 

The proceeds from the sale will empower Morrisons to reinvest in its core grocery and food-making businesses, strengthening its financial position. This strategic realignment follows Clayton, Dubilier & Rice’s acquisition of Morrisons in 2021. Notably, all stakeholders have collaborated closely with the Competition & Markets Authority (“CMA”) throughout 2022 to address any competition concerns, with MFG divesting 87 sites as part of this process.

 

*Motor Fuel Limited – United Kingdom

*337 Morrisons petrol forecourts & more than 400 Ultra-Rapid EV sites of Wm Morrison Supermarkets – United Kingdom

 

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M&A Activity in the Software and IT Industry

The top global M&A deals in this sector are at the heart of the digital revolution. This industry list includes companies that develop software, provide IT services, and offer technological solutions driving innovation and efficiency.

January

Software and IT

  1. Deal 1: ANSYS, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Synopsys, Inc. (United States) for $35.00 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: Juniper Networks, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (United States) for $14.00 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Procare Software, LLC (United States) was acquired by Roper Technologies, Inc. (United States) for $1.75 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: Pagero Group AB (Sweden) was acquired by Thomson Reuters Finance S.A. (Luxembourg) for $ 0.80 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Habu, Inc. (United States) was acquired by LiveRamp, Inc. (United States) for $0.20 billion USD.

February

Software and IT

  1. Deal 1: Altium Limited (Australia) was acquired by Renesas Electronics Corporation (Japan) for $5.90 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: Yandex LLC (Russia) was acquired by Multiple Buyers Including Russia-Based Yandex Senior Managers and Oil Company Lukoil (Russia) for $5.20 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: End-User Computing Division of Broadcom Inc. (United States) was acquired by KKR & Co. Inc. (United States) for $4.00 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: Everbridge, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Thoma Bravo, L.P. (United States) for $ 1.50 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Marlowe PLC’s Governance, Risk & Compliance Software and Services Assets (United Kingdom) was acquired by Inflexion Private Equity Partners LLP (United Kingdom) for $0.50 billion USD.
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M&A Activity in the Media and Entertainment Industry

The top global M&A deals in this list include businesses involved in content production, distribution, and various forms of entertainment, reflecting the evolving ways people consume media and engage with entertainment.

January

Media and Entertainment

  1. Deal 1: STN Video Incorporated (Canada) was acquired by Minute Media (Canada) for $0.15 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: Portland Thorns FC (United States) was acquired by RAJ Sports (United States) for $0.06 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Fantasy Sports and Sports Game Development Business Units of SharpLink Gaming Ltd (United States) was acquired by RSports Interactive, Inc. for $0.02 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: Mobile Application, Internet Radio and Streaming Business of AppSmartz and RadioFM was acquired by Auddia Inc. (United States) for $0.02 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Certain Assets of Streaming TVEE, Inc. was acquired by Bravo Multinational Incorporated (United States) for $0.01 billion USD.

February

Media and Entertainment

  1. Deal 1: MultiChoice Group Limited (South Africa) was acquired by CANAL + SA (France) for $2.50 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: VIZIO Holding Corp. (United States) was acquired by Walmart Inc. (United States) for $2.30 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Believe S.A. (France) was acquired by TCMI Inc. (United States) and EQT AB (publ) (Sweden) for $1.64 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: All3Media Limited (United Kingdom) was acquired by RedBird Capital Partners LLC (United States) and International Media Investments FZ LLC (United Arab Emirates) for $1.40 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Certain Assets Related to the Business of Complex Media, Inc. (United States) was acquired by NTWRK – Commerce Media Holdings LLC (United States) for $0.10 billion USD.
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M&A Activity in the Health Care Industry

Focused on improving health outcomes, the top global M&A deals in this industry list includes providers of medical services, manufacturers of medical equipment, and developers of healthcare technologies.

January

Health Care

  1. Deal 1: Axonics, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Boston Scientific Corporation (United States) for $3.68 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: Medicare Advantage, Cigna Supplemental Benefits and CareAllies Businesses (United States) was acquired by Health Care Service Corporation, a Mutual Legal Reserve Company (United States) for $3.30 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Inhibrx, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Aventis Inc. (United States) for $2.20 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: Ambrx Biopharma Inc. (United States) was acquired by Johnson & Johnson (United States) for $1.98 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Aiolos Bio, Inc. (United States) was acquired by GSK plc (United Kingdom) for $1.40 billion USD.

February

Health Care

  1. Deal 1: Catalent, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Novo Holdings A/S (Denmark) for $16.50 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: CymaBay Therapeutics, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Gilead Sciences, Inc. (United States) for $4.30 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: China Traditional Chinese Medicine Holdings Co. Limited (Hong Kong) was acquired by Sinopharm Common Wealth Company Limited (China) for $3.00 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: MorphoSys AG (Germany) was acquired by Novartis data42 AG (Switzerland) for $2.90 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Fountain Valley Regional Hosp (United States), Lakewood Regional Medical (United States), Los Alamitos Medical (United States), and Placentia-Linda (United States) were acquired by UCI Medical Center (United States) for $0.90 billion USD.
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology

M&A Activity in the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industry

The top global M&A deals in this industry list includes companies engaged in drug development, biotechnological research, and the production of pharmaceutical products, aiming to advance medical science and patient care.

January

Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology

  1. Deal 1: Inhibrx, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Aventis Inc. (United States) for $2.20 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2 Ambrx Biopharma Inc. (United States) was acquired by Johnson & Johnson (United States) for $1.98 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Aiolos Bio, Inc. (United States) was acquired by GSK plc (United Kingdom) for $1.40 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: Harpoon Therapeutics, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Merck Sharp & Dohme LLC (United States) for $0.68 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Calypso Biotech B.V. (Switzerland) was acquired by Novartis AG (Switzerland) for $0.43 billion USD.

February

Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology

  1. Deal 1: Catalent, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Novo Holdings A/S (Denmark) for $16.50 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: CymaBay Therapeutics, Inc. (United States) was acquired by Gilead Sciences, Inc. (United States) for $4.30 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: China Traditional Chinese Medicine Holdings Co. Limited (Hong Kong) was acquired by Sinopharm Common Wealth Company Limited (China) for $3.00 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: MorphoSys AG (Germany) was acquired by Novartis data42 AG (Switzerland) for $2.90 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: China Resources Zizhu Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (China) was acquired by China Resources Double-Crane Pharmaceutical Co.,Ltd. (China) for $0.43 billion USD.

M&A Activity in the Energy and Power Industry

Covering both renewable and non-renewable sources, the top global M&A deals in this industry list include companies involved in power generation, energy infrastructure, and the global pursuit of sustainable energy solutions.

January

Energy and Power

  1. Deal 1: Southwestern Energy Company (United States) was acquired by Chesapeake Energy Corporation (United States) for $7.40 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: NuStar Energy L.P. (United States) was acquired by Sunoco LP (United States) for $7.31 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Callon Petroleum Company (United States) was acquired by APA Corporation (United States) for $4.55 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) was acquired by First Exploration & Petroleum Development Company Limited, Petrolin Group, ND Western Limited, Waltersmith Refining & Petrochemical Company Limited, and Aradel Energy Limited (Nigeria) for $2.00 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: QuarterNorth Energy Inc. (United States) was acquired by Talos Energy Inc. (United States) for $1.29 billion USD.

February

Energy and Power

  1. Deal 1: Endeavor Energy Resources, LP (United States) was acquired by Diamondback Energy, Inc. (United States) for $26.00 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: Enerplus Corporation (Canada) was acquired by Chord Energy Corporation (United States) for $3.80 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Aera Energy LLC (United States) was acquired by California Resources Corporation (United States) for $2.10 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: Illawarra Metallurgical Coal (Australia) was acquired by Golden Energy and Resources Limited (Singapore) and M Resources Pty Ltd (Australia) for $1.65 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Louisiana and Mississippi Natural Gas LDC Businesses of CenterPoint Energy Resources Corp. (United States) was acquired by Bernhard Capital Partners (United States) for $1.20 billion USD.

M&A Activity in the Chemicals Industry

The top global M&A deals included in this industry list includes companies producing chemicals for various applications, from industrial manufacturing to consumer products, highlighting the sector’s role in global manufacturing and technological advancement.

January

Chemicals

  1. Deal 1: Carpoly Chemical Group Co., Ltd. (China) was acquired by Beijing New Building Materials Public Limited Company (China) for $0.57 billion USD.
  2. Deal 2: National Petrochemical Industrial Company (Saudi Arabia) was acquired by Basell International Holdings B.V. (Netherlands) for $0.50 billion USD.
  3. Deal 3: Emulsifiers business of Corbion NV (Netherlands) was acquired by Kingswood Capital Management, L.P. (United States) for $0.36 billion USD.
  4. Deal 4: Lake MacLeod salt and gypsum operation of Dampier Salt Limited in Carnarvon (Australia) was acquired by Leichhardt Industrials Pty Ltd (Australia) for $0.25 billion USD.
  5. Deal 5: Opals Chemical Technology Ltd. (Taiwan) was acquired by Cheng Mei Materials Technology Corporation (Taiwan) for $ 0.01 billion USD.

February

Chemicals

  1. Deal 1: Cyanco Corporation (United States) was acquired by Orica Limited (Australia) for $640.00 million USD.
  2. Deal 2: Baron Rubber Pty Ltd (Australia) was acquired by Trelleborg Sealing Solutions Germany GmbH (Germany) for $300.00 million USD.
  3. Deal 3: Astra Mining Company Limited (Saudi Arabia) was acquired by Saudi Lime Industries Company (Saudi Arabia) for $43.00 million USD.
  4. Deal 4: Wolfgang Freiler Ges.m.b.H. (Austria) was acquired by Teraplast S.A. (Romania) for $18.00 Million USD.
  5. Deal 5: WEILBURGER Asia Ltd. (Hong Kong) was acquired by Kansai Helios Coatings GmbH (Austria) for an undisclosed amount.

M&A Activity in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Industry

Representing the forefront of technological innovation, the top global deals in this industry list includes companies developing AI and machine learning technologies, reshaping industries with intelligent solutions.

January

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

  1. Deal 1: CSLM Acquisition Corp. (Cayman Islands) was acquired by Fusemachines, Inc. (United States) for $0.20 million USD.
  2. Deal 2: Laiyer AI (Germany) was acquired by Protect AI, Inc. (United States) for an undisclosed amount.
  3. Deal 3: Gyant (United States) was acquired by Fabric (Florence Labs, Inc.) (United States) for an undisclosed amount.
  4. Deal 4: Venue was acquired by Ramp (United States) for an undisclosed amount.
  5. Deal 5: RoboCorp Technologies (United States) was acquired by Sema4.ai (United States) for an undisclosed amount.

February

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

  1. Deal 1: Valispace GmbH (Germany) was acquired by Altium Limited (Australia) for $20.00 million USD.
  2. Deal 2: Mojave Brands Inc. (Canada) was acquired by Light AI Inc. (Canada) for $12.00 million USD.
  3. Deal 3: Xinapse Co.,Ltd. (South Korea) was acquired by Robo3 Co.,Ltd. (South Korea) for $5.00 million USD.
  4. Deal 4: Panda Group SPOLKA Z Ograniczona Odpowiedzialnoscia (Poland) was acquired by Fabrity Holding S.A. (Poland) for $1.00 million USD.
  5. Deal 5: Climate and artificial intelligence (AI) web3 assets of Bot Media Corp. (Canada) was acquired by Metasphere Labs Inc. (formerly called Looking Glass Labs) (Canada) for $0.50 million USD.

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