Financial Technology


Hampleton’s newest 1H 2017 Financial Technology Report is now available

Hampleton’s report covers the period July 2014 to December 2016 and analyses M&A activity in FinTech over the last five semi-annual periods.

Hampleton believes that the Fintech M&A marketplace will remain consistent, continuing to deliver attractive multiples for sellers going forward in 2017. Despite wider concerns surrounding Brexit and other geopolitical issues, London will remain an investment hotspot for fintech assets with investment activity driven by the three forces of compliance, consolidation and disruption. -Jonathan Simnett

M&A deal flow was consistent between the third and fourth quarters of 2016 as traditional financial institutions continue to take a proactive approach to keeping up with fast-moving entrants.

  • The report also includes
  • Trends and analysis of deal activity
  • Geographical split of sector transactions globally
  • FinTech valuation medians
  • Metrics by sub-sector
  • Discussion of transaction implications
  • Top 7 sector buyers

February 2017

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