M&A market is warming up, local investment bankers say

As far as mergers and acquisitions were concerned, 2012 was a topsy-turvy year that saw buyers sit on the sidelines for nine months, only to spark a flurry of deals at the end.

But investment bankers expect 2013 to be a better year for deals, with strong buyer interest in the technology, energy and natural resources sectors.

“People are more prone to pull the trigger,” said Michael Butler, president of Seattle-based Cascadia Capital LLC. “And the buyers seem to be a little more confident in the stability of the economy.”

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