Over two-thirds of companies listed on AIM are eager to make acquisitions
over the next year a survey by Smith & Williamson has shown.
In a poll of 73 senior decision makers at AIM companies,
Williamson found that 70% of the respondents expected to make an
acquisition in 2007.
John Cowie, head of
at Smith & Williamson, said the findings showed that business on the
junior exchange were buoyant and confident.
‘When business confidence is high, the M&A market thrives. There is
obviously some correlation between optimism about the future and the desire to
make acquisitions – companies are clearly looking to make use of AIM to
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