New York’s Sweeping New Antitrust Bill—Requiring NY State Premerger Notification ($9.2M Filing Threshold) and Prohibiting “Abuse of Dominance”—Inches Closer to Becoming Law
Early in 2020, as the pandemic took hold, the European NPL market went into lockdown along with the rest of the economy—but as the market opened up in the second half of the year, NPL sellers jumped back in, setting the stage for a busier 2021.
Where will the European NPL market go from here? A lot depends on vaccine rollouts and the end of debt relief measures. For many, that will be their first chance to assess the damage and plan ahead.
Financial Institutions M&A sector trends: Banks — H1 2020 and outlook for H2 2020
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: banks — H2 2019 and outlook for 2020
Refinements to the regulatory framework are needed before banks can make widespread use of securitization by European banks.
Will recent regulatory developments have their desired impact on the NPL market across Europe?
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: banks — H2 2018 and outlook for 2019
Appetite continues to grow, driven by the emergence of new financial technology and asset classes
M&A is an imperative for stretched state-aided banks
A package of reforms aimed at tackling non-performing loans will have far-reaching consequences for European banks.
Damage control tops the agenda for state‑aided banks
Growth in specialty finance, but payday lenders continue to experience pressure on profits
After stepping into the space vacated by traditional banks and strategic investors following the financial crisis, private equity has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in financial services dealmaking.