Using corporate jet tracking to identify M&A activity

Danesh Kissoon, Senior Analyst (London)

Neudata Intelligence
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We summarise a case study illustrating how corporate jet activity can yield signals that help investors to identify the most likely acquirer for a takeover target. We also outline an alternative approach to tracking corporate jets using free alternative data sources.

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Tracking the movements of corporate jets can be a useful tool in predicting M&A activity. As outlined in the case study below, corporate jet data can yield signals relating to the likelihood of companies acquiring a target company. There are multiple solutions available to track corporate jets for this purpose. That said, we outline below a number of challenges associated with using cheaper alternatives.

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