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Webinar Public M&A update

Webinar Public M&A update will bring you the latest in Public M&A trends.
Publisher: LNUK
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ISBN/ISSN: Z000050687644
Publisher: LNUK

Product description

Why you should buy Webinar Public M&A update

M&As are a key feature of Corporate Law. Our panel of expert speakers will bring you the latest in Public M&A trends, including high profile deals and scrutiny.

By watching this webinar, you will learn about:

Recent trends

• Deal volumes/ macro drivers
• Who is buying and why
• Industry sectors
• Transaction structures
• Type of bid

Will those trends change in the short term?

• Brexit uncertainty - impact - positive or negative?
• Equity markets becoming volatile/ IPO markets softening
• New source of funding - direct lenders writing bigger cheques?
• Valuations in US and Europe at all-time high
• Desire for expansion rather than consolidation expected to drive M&A activity
• International expected to continue to boom
• UK buyers might be more impacted by Brexit concerns
• Companies looking outside own sector
• Highest appetite for new deals
• Oil, gas, mining and metals
• Expect same as in 2015 - schemes to remain popular and pre-conditional bids
• With expansion as the driver
• Competing bids? - Home Retail Group plc, WM Morrison
• Consortium bids - for bigger cheques?

Recent Takeover Code technical/ practical points of interest

• Companies Act 2006 (Amendment of Part 17) Regulations 2015; RS 2015/1; RS 2015/2; RS 2015/3 and PCP/2016/1
• XChanging plc - competing bids/ timetable
• Gala Coral - "tactical litigation" by major shareholders and Asia Resource Minerals public criticism

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The webinar will be available for 12 months from the broadcast date.

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