ttr: transactional impact monitor

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Madrid, Spain, 24 July 2020 // Transactional Track Record (TTR), the leading business intelligence platform covering markets of the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America and the Caribbean, has released the second volume of Transactional Impact Monitor: Mexico. Transactional Impact Monitor combines local knowledge and market visibility from top dealmakers. It was developed to bring clarity to the transactional market by addressing extraordinary situations affecting the macroeconomic stability and M&A outlook with leading dealmakers in core regions covered by TTR. The second volume of Transactional Impact Monitor: Mexico features some of the country’s most prominent dealmakers, including, Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Arturo Pérez-Estrada, PC Capital Managing Director and Co-Founder Pablo Coballasi, Seale & Associates Managing Director Sergio García del Bosque and Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Víctor Manuel Frías Garcés, who describe the immediate and forward-looking impact the public health threat, mitigation measures and initial signs of recovery are having on key sectors of the Mexican economy. 
A precipitous slowdown in Mexico brought deal making to a crawl in 2Q20, but M&A and private equity investment has begun to rebound and opportunities abound between the dire headlines, sources tell TTR. The Special Report has sections on M&A, Private Equity, Equity Capital Markets and Handling the Crisis, assessing the measures undertaken to avert economic collapse in the face of a pandemic.