Geopolitical events continue to provide a challenging backdrop to M&A in Europe. In an effort to help give dealmakers clarity in navigating this new political era, attendees to Acuris events in 2017 events have benefitted from these first-hand views by government ministers and political commentators.
A year on from the last time we sat down with Anya Cummins, Partner and Head of M&A at Deloitte we wanted to see if there is any more certainty around Brexit since Article 50 was triggered. We were also keen to find out what the deal drivers are for Irish M&A and PE investments in the next 12 months.
Chinese investors have been on a buying spree in Europe with a significant rise in deals in 2016. Yet the tone of regulators both in Germany and China looks set to tighten conditions for cross-border transactions.
Uncover the outlook for deal activity in the CEE region from the 2016 CEE M&A and Private Equity Forum, with the dealmakers panel highlighting the level of increased interest from European and Asian investors and the main risks associated with doing deals in one of the fastest growing areas of Europe.
Brexit means Brexit. But the big question is how will it impact business and the single market? We caught up with Dan O'Brien, Chief Economist at The Institute of International and European Affairs to discuss what he thinks is in store for the Irish M&A community post Brexit.
Mergermarket conducted a roundtable discussion with Crispin Vicars, Senior Director of M&A at Nokia; Stephane Zeghbib, Executive Director at Zaoui &Co; and Leonard Lvovich, Group Director of Corporate Development at SIG, at the European Corporate Forum on July 7 in London to discuss the impact of Brexit on European M&A.