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At $1.2 billion, Q4 device financing was the second-lowest quarter of 2015; M&A dollar volume was also low, but included multiple deals across various cardiovascular markets. Diagnostics financing was also down in Q4, totaling $403 million; acquisitions were worth $441 million.
The wider medtech industry saw only 2% growth in 2015, and medtechs in established markets face continued low growth for the next three to five years. The medtech M&A bonanza continued into 2015 and there is no end in sight in 2016 as manufacturers seek to augment and fine-tune portfolios to meet the new demands of payers and providers; longer term, there are signs of a change in the top global medtech rankings.
The M&A bonanza for companies in the medtech sector continued into 2015 and there is no end in sight in 2016 as manufacturers seek to augment and fine-tune portfolios to meet the new demands of payers and providers. Longer term, there are signs of a change in the top global medtech rankings.
$1.4 billion in Q3 device financing was slightly lower than Q2's $1.8 billion with just one IPO versus Q2's seven. Acquisitions reached a high of $23 billion and diagnostics financing increased 30% over Q2 to $1 billion, while M&A activity at $1.2 billion showed a sharp decline from the previous quarter's $15.6 billion.
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