A total of 256 mining M&A deals valued at $50m or more were announced between 1 January 2017 and 31 March 2020, with a combined value of $137bn. The precious metals and mining equipment, technology, and services (METS) sectors saw the most M&A activity over the period, with 96 deals in the precious metals sector with a combined deal value of $53bn. The METS sector saw 44 deals worth a combined $32bn. The key themes driving these deals included industrial automation, the internet of things (IoT), extraction technology, robotics and big data.
The report analyses the impact of M&A as a theme on the mining industry
The report evaluates how mining companies are utilizing M&A to realign their businesses with respect to changing market scenarios
The report discusses key M&A deals in mining industry and identifies the trends emerging from these deals
The report also identifies potential acquisition targets across the mining value chain and the thematic rationale that could drive these acquisitions in the near future
Reasons to buy
To review the deal activity undertaken by mining companies.
To understand the major trends that are influencing M&A in the mining industry
To understand the COVID-19 impact on the mining M&A market
To identify the key deal-makers and gain an outlook on some of the potential acquisition targets in the near future.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Thematic drivers of M&A strategy
Part 2: COVID-19 impact on the M&A market
Part 3: M&A activity in the mining sector over the last three years
Part 4: Future acquisition targets in the mining sector
Part 5: Deal selection methodology
Part 6: Glossary
Part 7: Our thematic research methodology