Egypt Pursues Innovative Alternatives to Merger Control
A rise in US mega-transactions more than made up for a drop in volume in the first half of 2019
Many of the factors that have underpinned recent M&A activity remain in place, but concerns are mounting
Concerns about the price of oil have left the industry reluctant to strike deals, bringing down volume and value in H1
Proposed revisions to current financial statement disclosure requirements for business acquisitions and dispositions would simplify compliance while ensuring investors get the information they need
The first half of 2019 saw several decisions from the Delaware courts that will affect M&A dealmaking
After a standout 2018, real estate M&A has dropped significantly in the first half of 2019, but segments of the market such as logistics and hotels have remained attractive
M&A activity in the retail sector fell sharply during the first half of 2019, as uncertainty and digital disruption continue to put pressure on the sector
H1 2019 has seen deal value continue to climb in technology M&A, as digital disruption overtakes segments of the market such as fintech and Big Data
The need to replenish intellectual property has pushed the pharma industry to the highest-performing sector by M&A value
The pharmaceutical, medical and biotech sector was number one by value, followed by technology, media and telecoms (TMT). TMT led by volume, followed by industrial and chemicals.
Despite accumulating a vast, historic pile of capital for acquisitions, private equity has moderated its pace of buyouts in the first half of the year
The US M&A market delivered a surprisingly robust first half, with total value rising 9 percent year-on-year. Volume, on the other hand, dipped 21 percent
The EV revolution is fully underway. With the UK government committed to the eradication of emissions and automakers fully embracing EVs, a tipping point seems to be on the near horizon.
In Tokyo, White & Case gathers leading thinkers on international business and trade policy from around the globe to explore what evolving economic and social change mean for Pacific nations—and to propose effective responses.
How has President Trump's "America First" philosophy affected US patent policy? White & Case partners discussed what an evolving US patent policy will mean for other nations, and to propose effective responses.
The oil & gas (O&G) sector is no stranger to volatility, but it is even more at risk of instability at a time of unpredictable political situations, changing economic structures and broader global vulnerabilities.
In Tokyo, White & Case gathers leading thinkers on international business and trade policy from around the globe to explore what evolving US policy means for other nations—and to propose effective responses
SEC is seeking public comments in its concept release in an effort to simplify, harmonize and improve the existing exempt offering framework.