Although deal volume has been slow, growing companies are still able to generate high multiples when they are sold, says Geoffrey Haydon, vice president of investment bank Moss Adams Capital.

The trend, which started in the past year, is partially due to the expiring capital of private equity firms. According to Haydon, PE firms have about $100 billion in capital that needs to be spent, which is stirring up competition for high-growth companies.

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