Navigating M&A’s future in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis
Worldwide M&A activity predicted to grow 5 percent in H1.
H2 2019 shows potential for return to worldwide M&A growth
In partnership with Intralinks, The Deal will examine one potential benefactor of that transformation: the M&A universe.
Intralinks’ Women IN Finance touched down at City Winery in Chicago’s West Loop.
While the volume of deals within the Oil & Gas sector in the first half of 2018 dipped, things are looking up for the remainder of the year.
For the Q4 2018 edition of the Intralinks Deal Flow Predictor, we spoke to Rupesh Khant, vice president with Indian financial services provider ICICI Securities, about recent trends in the initial public offering (IPO) market, the reasons behind them and his expectations for the coming months.
According to data from Thomson Reuters, valuation levels for worldwide announced acquisitions in H1 2018 were the highest in over 30 years. So, what are our expectations for the future?
Transferring large, commercially-sensitive files outside the corporate firewall on an ad hoc basis had been proving troublesome for Rothschild & Co. VIA Pro was up and running in a single day and immediately solved this issue.