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Trilantic North America Chairman Charles Ayres Discusses the Evolution of Auctions on the Privcap Podcast

Trilantic North America Chairman Charles Ayres recently joined David Snow, Privcap Media Founder, for a follow up discussion on key M&A trends in private equity on the Privcap podcast. In this second episode, they discussed how auctions have evolved over recent years in comparison to the traditional view, as the M&A market has grown.

Charles highlighted how buyers are actively seeking out differentiation in the current auction markets to achieve success, given that an unsuccessful bid can be costly from both a time and expense perspective. He also offered insights into how clients can stay ahead of the learning curve and utilize ‘fireside chats’ with investors to stay on top of relevant asset knowledge, further aligning themselves with a path that pays off.

To hear more about Charles' thoughts on today's M&A auction environment, listen to the podcast below.

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Jun 29, 2021