Click here to read the September issue of The Global Corporate Advisor by Vijay Thacker. In this issue, we discuss the strategic role that a corporate finance advisory firm can play when entrusted with the buy-side mandate. From research to strategic repositioning and creating a diversified product offering, the buyside mandate can be interpreted widely to the company’s advantage.
Click here to read the May issue of The Global Corporate Advisor by Marc Shaffer. In this issue, from the US, we have an article on how to augment value in M&A in the current scenario where there is a huge resurgence in dealmaking activity around the globe.
Click here to read the February issue of The Global Corporate Advisor by Vijay Thacker.
We continue to review 2015 in M&A updates from Benelux, Brazil, Central and Eastern Europe, Italy, Switzerland and UAE. Cross-border transactions are being increasingly seen across geographies and may set the tone for 2016, affected positively or negatively by currency fluctuations.
Click here to read the November issue of The Global Corporate Advisor by Francisco D'Orto Neto. The first article is about the potential of the global industrial waste management services market, which is expected to rise to $750.09 billion in 2020 at a CAGR of 10%. Despite high bargaining power of buyers and intense competition, this fragmented sector can provide opportunities for acquisitions as a way to fast-track growth for entrepreneurial businesses.
Click here to read the October issue of The Global Corporate Advisor by Michael Lux. This newsletter has a special focus on processes that form the basis of merger and acquisition activity. One of the articles discusses how to obtain value from due diligence. This is particularly relevant keeping in mind that the merger and acquisition landscape has undergone many changes in the past few years due to increased activity, complex deal structures and an increase in available capital.
Click here to read the August issue of The Global Corporate Advisor by Karl-Michael Krueger. In this newsletter, from our London office, we have an insightful article on the global hotel real estate market in 2015. Overall, the hospitality industry is braving geopolitical instability, and stagnant growth in some regions, to show accelerating activity and optimism in most markets.
Click here to read the July issue by Marc Shaffer. This newsletter has a special focus on the merger and acquisition activity in Europe in the first quarter of this year. France, Italy, Spain and the UK share the growth story in their markets. We found that ripples from the crisis in Greece are being felt in some of these countries, even as newer ecnomic powers make an impact.
Click here to read the June issue by Andrew Fressl. From France we have an article on financial due diligence addressing the civil aviation industry, where the two large players are increasingly reliant on aircraft manufacturing supply chain. As tier I and tier II suppliers try to reach critical size to support their financing needs, M&A activity has increased considerably.
Click here to read the April issue of The Global Corporate Advisor by Francisco D'Orto Neto. After witnessing another difficult year in 2014, with the value of completed global deals in the mining sector hitting a 10-year low, the industry is pinning its hopes on a turnaround in 2015. From our Perth office, our colleague says that while few would be so bold as to predict a rapid rebound in M&A deal activity, we can at least expect to see some turning of the tides.
Click here to read the February issue of The Global Corporate Advisor by Igor Mesenský. From South Korea we have an update, and oulook for the year. The restructuring required due to shedding of non-essential assets of lange conglomerates has impacted mergers and acquisitions and will continue to do so.
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