M&A deals move into slow lane as investors worry about Covid fallout

Bankers say sale of Lavasa Corp, currently under bankruptcy, and RCap and Reliance Naval deals will be delayed, as bidders are re-thinking plans

Investors are waiting for more data to take a decision.

Investors are waiting for more data to take a decision.

Several mergers and acquisitions or M&A transactions have moved into the slow lane as investors are worried about the economic fallout of the second wave of the pandemic.

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First Published: Apr 29 2021 | 5:11 PM IST

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