By now you’ve probably heard that M&A consultant Brian McAndrews, the man behind the M&M company that started the “fintech revolution”, is out at the end of 2017 with a $3bn cash injection.

He’ll be back, of course, with the same team he had in place before.

But what do you think of this year’s M&As?

We asked the experts for their views. 

Dr Mark O’Connor of the Makerspace Institute said: “The M&Ms are one of the most popular investment vehicles out there and are becoming a very big business.

They have a very strong customer base, and their revenue is growing every year.

I think they have an excellent long-term future.””

M&As are a great opportunity for entrepreneurs to grow their businesses.

They are good for businesses to grow, especially if they are in the growth phase, and they can also provide opportunities for small companies that are struggling.

Dr O’Connor said that the MMs were also very flexible in their investment strategy. “

There is a huge potential for them to generate value and make a lot more money.”

Dr O’Connor said that the MMs were also very flexible in their investment strategy.

“I think the MGs are very well-managed, but it is a great time to be an entrepreneur and a good time to invest.

It is also a great investment for small businesses who want to grow quickly. “

The upside is the MTM is the best investment for companies that want to scale their businesses, or start their own businesses.

I see it every day in my M&MA clients.” “

A lot of people don’t realise that the best part of this business is the people that work there.

I see it every day in my M&MA clients.” 

Dr Olin McBride of the Venture Capital Institute said that, in terms and context, the MAA was the best money making vehicle for M&P funds. 

“As a small-cap M&O fund, you have to do a lot in terms to build your business, so you need a lot capital,” he said.

“[The MAA is] a great place to invest in your company and it is really important to be a diversified investor.” “

John Gannon, head of corporate development at Investec, said that it was a good investment for MMs. “

[The MAA is] a great place to invest in your company and it is really important to be a diversified investor.” 

John Gannon, head of corporate development at Investec, said that it was a good investment for MMs. 

He said: “The MTM can be used for all kinds of different types of investments.

It can be a way to raise capital for a business, to build up a business or build up your own business.”

The only downside to the MMM is that it can only take a small amount of capital, so it is only good for small-caps.” 

In terms of growth, Dr O’Connell said that MMs are a good way to get access to capital in the capital markets. 

John Rolfe, founder and chief investment officer of BMO Global Asset Management, said: “The best thing to do for MTM investors is to invest wisely and responsibly. “

You can see it all over the world, so the money from MMs is not going to be available for companies to spend,” he added. 

John Rolfe, founder and chief investment officer of BMO Global Asset Management, said: “The best thing to do for MTM investors is to invest wisely and responsibly. 

This is because they are very liquid, and the cost of liquidation is very low.” “

As with any other investment vehicle, MMs can be more efficient at capitalising on opportunities when they arise.

This is because they are very liquid, and the cost of liquidation is very low.” 

Mr O’Neil added: “[There are] a lot fewer bad investments to be made. 

There are a lot less MMs that are sitting around because the value of the stock market has gone up, and it’s a better investment to take a risk on a stock and see if the stock will recover in value.” 

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