As fintech takes a prominent role in the financial services industry, major institutions are looking to capitalise on innovation by working with the most ambitious and brightest startups.
North America dominates the fintech landscape, but competition from Asia and Europe is rising.
Fintech's wealth of opportunities is attracting interest—yet the uncertainty of its future direction means the financial services industry needs to tread carefully.
Challenges may lie ahead, but nothing can stop the inevitable march of fintech dealmaking.
Fintech has matured. As it has evolved, so has the way in which financial institutions approach it from an M&A perspective.
Fintech has evolved from being a disruptive threat to a major opportunity for financial institutions. The possibilities for dealmaking and M&A are almost limitless.
Autumn Seminar Series London 2016
A guide to navigating the rules for investing in countries that require national security approval
As national security reviews grow in impact, investors need to be mindful of potential adverse consequences resulting from such reviews
Deals are generally approved, but a wide range of mitigation conditions may be imposed that can have a significant impact
China is attempting to implement a more structured and comprehensive system to keep a closer eye on economic deals that might have security implications