2018 saw an increase in UK M&A deals with firms in the UK being some of the most acquisitive globally. Dipti Hunter & Kirsty O’Connor, PwC commercial disputes solicitors, consider the potential consequential increase in cross-border M&A disputes.
Debenhams warns on profit again, as the UK department store group edges nearer to a restructuring expected to include a share issue and an accelerated closure of stores. Emma Shipp, partner at law firm Hewitsons, comments.
Becket McGrath, antitrust and competition partner at international law firm Cooley, comments on the Alstom-Siemens decision and France’s proposals for national powers to overturn EC merger decisions.
Alasdair Bleakley, Partner in the Commercial and Corporate Team at SA Law, discusses the rules and regulations around GDPR of which companies need to be aware…
During his time as CEO at Incentive FM Group, Martin Reed has overseen seven acquisitions. In this article he discusses whether…
Stephen Kon, senior consultant in Macfarlanes’ Competition group, addresses questions arising for businesses contemplating an M&A transaction covering both the UK and the EU 27 over the coming months.
New UK national security merger powers and lessons to be learnt from the US CFIUS regime reviewed by Robert Bell, Jennifer Kies Mammen and Sarah Ward at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner.
The UK Government’s proposals for a new regime for acquisitions with national security implications are reviewed by Michal Berkner, partner at law firm Cooley
Paul Aversano and Xuong Liu, managing directors of Alvarez & Marsal, comment on the impact of US/China trade tensions on cross-border M&A – specifically what it means for the UK.
The Pensions Regulator’s exercise of its powers has been in the spotlight recently. The Work and Pensions Select…