The Corporate Finance Faculty is a valuable asset, says David Petrie, that evolves in the face of ever-changing markets and legislation and provides an essential professional network
The Corporate Finance Faculty celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. During this time, its membership and influence has grown. Senior corporate financiers give their thoughts on the reach of the faculty – and the challenges it faces
Understanding the fundamental drivers was key for keeping a deal going when COVID-19 lockdowns hit, says Andy Kay at Crowe.
PwC published the 2022 mid-year update of its Global M&A Industry Trends in August. Marc Mullen speaks to US-based Brian Levy, PwC partner and global deals industries leader, about global headwinds, ESG, bolt-ons, hold periods, restructuring, workforce strategies and tech acquisitions
Education M&A might have slowed from the high levels of activity observed in 2021, mirroring a wider cooling across deal markets. But the sector is proving more resilient than most, reports Nicholas Neveling, with children’s nursery chains and edtech seeing significant activity.
No longer deemed simply a box-ticking exercise, ESG is now seen as a way to embed value in a business – and creating value is what dealmaking is about, reports David Prosser.
There’s way more to the south coast than beaches and ferry queues. Jason Sinclair looks at industry, corporate finance and M&A from Brighton to Bournemouth, taking in the port of Southampton en route.
Six years ago, Salonica was set up as a boutique corporate finance adviser. As it closes its first investment fund, it has become a small investment firm with a key differentiator – its focus on diversity and sustainability. Marc Mullen speaks to founder Omar Majid.