Despite the COVID-19 pandemic sending shockwaves across the waste and recycling industries, merger and acquisition (M&A) activity has remained steady throughout 2020.
With companies such as Canada-based GFL Environmental and Houston-based Waste Management making headlines this year for their high-profile acquisitions, transactions have been taking place at elevated levels, according investment banking company Raymond James.
In order to offer more in-depth insights into capital markets during these uncertain times, Waste Today’s 2020 Corporate Growth Conference will cover the economic impact of COVID-19, tips for selling your business, where the investment opportunities in the waste and environmental services industries lie, and much more during its “State of Mergers & Acquisitions” session.
Taking place on Oct. 14 at 1:28 p.m. EST, the panel discussion will include insights from top executives in the capital markets sector on evaluating valuations, pipelines, the state of capital markets and overall industry activity.
Houlihan Lokey Managing Director Scott Sergeant will lead the session, which features speakers Charles Appleby, founder and chairman of Integrated Waste Solutions Group; Joe Cassin, vice president of business development for Waste Management; Michael Castellarin, managing director for Clairvest Group Inc.; and Scott Foster, partner with KPMG.
To register or for more information on this year’s Corporate Growth Conference, click here.