ESG takes center stage—Access to capital and the importance of environmental, social and governance matters
The UK has left the EU but there remains a vast array of operational and legal issues for businesses to address. See below for our perspectives on the key challenges and opportunities that Brexit presents for different industries and sectors.
It's not just the rate of change. Our World in Transition hub focuses on the potential for transformation in energy, ESG, finance, globalization and US policy.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to escalate, ensuring wellbeing of employees is paramount, but it is not the only challenge. There is a vast sway of operational and legal issues that businesses must address, too.
Our survey shows investment in infrastructure assets looks set to accelerate with an anticipated boost from the US infrastructure bill and a growing focus on sustainability and technology
The pandemic has irreversibly hastened existing trends in the world of infrastructure. Digitalization, ESG considerations and climate change are no longer side issues, they are fundamentals
Respondents are broadly optimistic about the outlook for the US infrastructure sector, but there is no room for complacency. In this final chapter, we explore funding and future plans and reveal seven key factors for infrastructure success
While the effects of COVID-19 were unsurprisingly largely negative, the pandemic did prompt most respondents to weigh new opportunities and ways of working
The global pandemic has not dampened enthusiasm for infrastructure investment in the US. Investors and developers are looking to increase their stakes in multiple sectors and states
Interactive guides to competition law enforcement and merger control activity in the South America and Southeast Asia and Pacific regions
An interactive guide to antitrust activity in South America
An interactive guide to merger control activity in South America
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are the focus of global capital market stakeholders and the opportunities that sustainable capital and the transition away from non-sustainable practices provide. Following the Paris Agreement, significant progress has been made across the spectrum of capital -raising instruments, in significantly upscaling the financial resources available to help the world adapt to, and reduce the impacts of a changing climate.
Carbon neutral fuel can help offset set overreliance on coal
The investigations by the Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority (FCCA) have become increasingly data-driven—in particular in cases with potential concerns—and economists have outnumbered lawyers in the FCCA’s merger control unit.
Attitudes are shifting, thanks to changes in corporate governance
Pandemic-derived supply chain issues unlock investment opportunities
Despite a drop on the previous quarter, Q3 2021 global M&A value represented the strongest Q3 on Mergermarket record.
After four quarters in a row of exceptionally high PE activity, Q3 2021 has continued the trend, recording the highest value and volume of any third quarter on record