The UK has traditionally been the biggest destination of M&A in Europe. Katharine Dennys looks at recent deal making between Britain and the other EU member states and asks what the future holds.
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If there is one thing that is a crucial part of all M&A, it is that deals are completed.
As long as the public keeps spending on leisure, it will remain a hotbed of M&A. Grant Murgatroyd looks at a UK sector that’s in rude health.
The great haul of China continues apace as Chinese outbound M&A reaches new heights. Will it continue, or are cracks beginning to appear? David Prosser reports.
It is like the Gold Rush when it comes to investors looking at M&A opportunities in blockchain. But what is it and how does it work?
Supporting a buy-and-build strategy for a chilled food business with seasonal working capital required flexible funding. Paul Rablen explains how.
Every August most of Europe has a break – and I suspect this year many people in the UK will have taken that as an opportunity to think about what happens next after the result of the 23 June referendum.
In June the UK voted to leave the EU, with far-reaching implications for the nation. But what will this mean for corporate financiers? What will it mean for private equity, early-stage investing or M&A? And how will debt and equity capital markets adapt? We asked several senior members of the Corporate Finance Faculty for their views.
The South West has a strong corporate finance community that has seen an uptick in deal volumes postrecession. And it has exceeded the rest of the UK, says Christian Annesley.
Global demand for food is rising fast and the agrifood industry is struggling to keep pace. Grant Murgatroyd learns how M&A and innovation are driving change in perhaps the oldest industry.