November 26, 2018 |
M&A in Ecuador could post sharp gains next year as two large transactions make their way to the market, LatinFinance has heard.
"There is more movement and openness, and the government is looking for private investors to come into infrastructure projects so there could be some public-private partnerships," said Roberto Anker, founder of the Quito-based boutique investment bank Proventus Advisors.
Anker added that Ecuador's retail, consumer goods and food sectors could see some M&A deals
Two large acquisitions are expected to cross the line in 2019, a source says