Freddie Gabbertas, Head of Emerging Markets and Asian Research at Wealth Management Specialists Arbuthnot Latham, explores the longer-term implications of the pandemic for investors.
Reece Tomlinson, chief executive of RWT Growth, discusses why companies should be considering acquisitions as a growth strategy.
Craig Thompson, head of corporate, Forsters LLP, discusses what needs to be taken into consideration when filing for a company voluntary agreement (CVA).
Societe Generale and Credit du Nord approves a plan to merge their retail banking operations after the boards…
James Worrall, partner of law firm Royds Withy King, discusses three fundamental biases that cause deals or collapse or fail to deliver on the promises made.
James Arnold of Cooke, Young and Keidan discusses how to leave troubled joint ventures early on in a relationship, whilst mitigating losses as best as possible.
Anglo American is facing a huge class action lawsuit over toxic lead poisoning in a Zambia mine. James Whitaker and Stuart Pickford, partners at international law firm Mayer Brown who specialise in class actions, discuss how the English proceedings are likely to play out.
Jonathon Gunn of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, addresses the fears over block to foreign investment, in light of news that the National Security and Investment Bill may offer powers to unwind foreign investment deals that have already been agreed.
An overview of special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) from inception through the consummation of a merger by partners at international law firm Cooley and audit & assurance partners at Deloitte.
Merlin Piscitelli, Chief Revenue Officer, EMEA at Datasite (www.datasite.com) explores the barriers facing the market at the moment and how Covid-19 may have changed the way in which deals are being done.