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Wrap Up

First Half of 2014 Best for M&A in 3 Years
Positive predictions for 2014 are coming true, with the first six months of the year generating more deals than the same periods in 2012 and 2013

Expert's Corner

How to Leverage Social Media in Dealmaking
Axial’s Sam Jacobs provides tips to use specialized social networks to meet, interact, communicate and transact

The Buyside

In-Tweet Shopping Inspires Dealmaking
Twitter's Nathan Hubbard helms a deal that shows how M&A for social media companies is evolving, with Facebook not far behind

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News

People Moves of the Week: BakerHostetler, Evercore, Grant Thornton


BakerHostetler adds partners in Philadelphia and Denver; Evercore hires UBS veteran; Grant Thornton taps Ilieva Ageenko to oversee risk management practice

People Moves of the Week: Breakwater Investment, CIT, Environmental Resources


Breakwater enlists bankruptcy specialist; CIT names new head of health care financing; Environmental Resources hires Simon Medum as a partner

People Moves of the Week: NewOak Capital Markets, Goldman Sachs, Martin LLP


NewOak taps Anastasia Davis Stull as a managing director; Goldman hires Barclays veteran; Martin LLP names new head of PE

People Moves of the Week: Avista, TriArtisan, Quarles Brady


Avista Capital taps energy expert; TriArtisan hires retail investment banking specialist; Andre Fiebig joins the Chicago office of Quarles & Brady

KeyCorp to Buy Technology Focused Investment Bank


The bank is buying Pacific Crest Securities

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Articles

INVESTMENT BANK OF THE YEAR:
Lincoln International


The firm completed 130 transactions, an increase from 117 the previous year

Most Active Mid-Market Investment Bankers by Value


Goldman Sachs and BofA-ML also came in first and second, respectively, on total deal value

Most Active Mid-Market Investment Bankers by Volume


Goldman Sachs closed 83 middle-market deals in 2013, making it the busiest bank. With 57 deals, BofA-ML came in second

Come Together


A group of middle-market dealmakers share a common history

Q2 2013:
Deal Flow Still Slow, but Hope Springs Eternal


Transaction closes are still taking a pause from the frenzied fourth quarter, but dealmakers say they’re starting to see an uptick

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