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  • 04/17/24: True Independent Holdings And Subsidiaries Join The Meet The People Group Of Agencies
    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Meet The People (MTP), the innovative alternative to the big advertising holding company model, today announced that True Independent Holdings (TIH), parent company of True Media, True Media Canada, Coegi and RADaR, is joining the MTP group of agencies, taking over general media services for the growing agency group. Terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed. With offices in both the US and Canada, along with capabilities that include media planning and buying, - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/17/24: Delaware Supreme Court applies MFW framework to other conflicted transactions
    In In re Match Group, Inc. Derivative Litigation, the Delaware Supreme Court answered some important questions about the standard of review applicable to conflicted transactions under Delaware law.  The first question relates to the application of the model used in Kahn v. M & F Worldwide Corp., commonly referred to as the “MFW framework.” In that 2014 case, the Delaware Supreme […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 04/17/24: F.T.C. Said to Consider Blocking Major Fashion Merger
    Regulators are expected to meet next week to discuss the $8.5 billion deal between Coach’s owner, Tapestry, and Michael Kors’ parent company, Capri Holdings, which would create a U.S. luxury conglomerate. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/17/24: One Equity Partners Completes Acquisition of Ballymore Safety Products
    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #machinery--One Equity Partners announces it has completed its acquisition of Ballymore Safety Products. - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/17/24: MSCI Completes Acquisition of Foxberry
    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MSCI Inc. (NYSE: MSCI), a leading provider of critical decision support tools and services for the global investment community, today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Foxberry, a London-based provider of front-office index technology for investors. "This acquisition marks the opening of new pathways to index innovation and more client centric solutions,” said Jana Haines, Head of Index, MSCI. “We look forward to the next phase of our journey, focused - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/17/24: Royal Mail owner received takeover offer from Czech billionaire

    IDS shares rise as it is reported it rejected bid from Daniel Křetínský’s EP Group

    The owner of Royal Mail received a takeover offer from a Czech billionaire who has stakes in Sainsbury’s and West Ham United football club.

    Daniel Křetínský approached International Distributions Services (IDS), the owner of the struggling British postal company, this month.

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  • 04/17/24: Angeles Equity Partners Portfolio Company Data Clean Acquires DC Canada
    LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)---- $manda #datacenters--Data Clean Acquires DC Canada to extend contamination control and critical environment cleaning value proposition across Canadian datacenter market - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/17/24: Armis Acquires Silk Security to Incorporate Best in Class Security Prioritization and Remediation into Armis Centrix™
    SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Armis, the asset intelligence cybersecurity company, today announced it has acquired Silk Security, the leading platform for cyber risk prioritization and remediation. Armis has acquired Silk Security for a total of $150M, and will integrate the Silk Platform into the Armis Centrix™ AI based Vulnerability Prioritization and Remediation solution to supercharge its capabilities and now be able to provide security teams with a consolidated view of security findings - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/17/24: Bowman Acquires MEP and Fire Protection Engineering Firm Moore Consulting Engineers
    RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bowman Consulting Group Ltd. (the “Company” or “Bowman”) (NASDAQ: BWMN), a national engineering services firm delivering infrastructure solutions to customers who own, develop, and maintain the built environment, today announced the acquisition of Moore Consulting Engineers (“Moore”), a mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection (“MEP/FP”) engineering firm based in Shamong, New Jersey. Moore provides comprehensive MEP/FP engineering services to private a - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/17/24: PestCo Expands its Pacific Northwest Footprint Through Acquisition of Sasquatch Pest Control Assets
    ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP), a private equity firm based in St. Louis, today announced the acquisition of the assets of Sasquatch Pest Control Corp. (Sasquatch) by PestCo Holdings, LLC (PestCo), a TSCP portfolio company. Located in Portland, Oregon, Sasquatch is a provider of residential pest control services. Terms of the transactions were not disclosed. PestCo is a growth-oriented, national provider of pest control services to residential and commercial - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/17/24: Swifto Expands into North Carolina with Acquisition of Wagz 'n Whiskerz
    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Swifto Expands into North Carolina with Acquisition of Wagz 'n Whiskerz - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/16/24: Relation Insurance Services Acquires Jones & Lowe Insurance Agency
    WALNUT CREEK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #growth--Relation Insurance Services, Inc. (“Relation”) acquired the assets of Jones & Lowe Agency (“Jones & Lowe”). The transaction went into effect on March 1, 2024; terms of the transaction were not disclosed. “We joined Relation knowing that this partnership would enable us to better serve our clients,” said Ted Higginbottom, President of Jones & Lowe Agency. “Relation’s resources of specialized expertise and their broad network of carrier relations - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/16/24: Decks & Docks Partners with Excelsior and Fence & Deck Direct
    CLEARWATER, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Decks & Docks, a portfolio company of CCMP Growth Advisors, LP (“CCMP”), today announced its recent acquisitions of two outdoor building material suppliers, one in Butler, New Jersey and the other in Baltimore, Maryland. These are the third and fourth locations added since CCMP partnered with Decks & Docks management in October 2023 and bring the Company’s total location count to 38. Excelsior Lumber, located in Butler, NJ, is a distributor of outdoor - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/16/24: Lifepoint Rehabilitation Acquires Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility in San Antonio, Texas from Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals
    BRENTWOOD, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lifepoint Rehabilitation, a business unit of Lifepoint Health®, today announced that it has acquired an inpatient rehabilitation facility in San Antonio, Texas from Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, a multispecialty rehabilitation hospital company. “We are so pleased to welcome the San Antonio team to Lifepoint,” said Russ Bailey, president of Lifepoint Rehabilitation. “We have an exciting vision to further build and strengthen our rehabilitation capabilities - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/16/24: Wynnchurch Capital Invests in Handgards
    ROSEMONT, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wynnchurch Capital, L.P. (“Wynnchurch”), announced today that it has acquired Handgards, LLC (“Handgards” or the “Company”) from Wind Point Partners in partnership with management. Headquartered in El Paso, Texas, Handgards is a leading distributor of foodservice products, including disposable gloves, reclosable bags, tabletop items, expendables, and other carryout products. The Company operates eight facilities with over one million square feet of space and shi - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/16/24: PharmAlliance Announces Acquisition of CHEORS
    MORRISVILLE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #acquisition--PharmAlliance acquires CHEORS, strengthening its global reach and expanding its launch and commercialization capabilities. - Source: Business Wire Merger/Acquisition News
  • 04/16/24: UK packaging firm DS Smith agrees £5.8bn takeover by US group

    International Paper settles all-share deal after tussle with British rival Mondi

    The FTSE 100 UK packaging firm DS Smith is to be taken over by a bigger US rival, International Paper, after the companies agreed a £5.8bn all-share deal.

    Tennessee-based International Paper, one of the largest paper and pulp companies in the world, moved in late March to gatecrash a £5.14bn all-share deal put forward by its British rival Mondi, based in Weybridge, that month.

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  • 04/15/24: Trump Media Stock Drops 18% After New Filing
    Funds that bet on a fall were set to profit as the parent of Truth Social came under renewed pressure after it registered new shares for a potential sale. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/12/24: Sean Combs Sold Share of Tequila Brand for $200 Million
    Mr. Combs, who was accused of sexual assault in several lawsuits, made the sale as he ended his long-term partnership with the liquor giant Diageo. He has denied wrongdoing. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/11/24: Poundstretcher sold to Majestic Wine owner Fortress

    US investment firm snaps up UK discount retail chain ‘with huge potential’ for undisclosed sum

    Poundstretcher has been bought by the US investment firm Fortress, the owner of the Majestic Wine off-licence and Punch pubs group, for an undisclosed sum.

    The deal for the UK discount retail chain, which includes its 322 shops, of which about 60 trade under the name Bargain Buys, is the latest twist in the history of one of Britain’s first discounters, which has undergone a number of rescue deals.

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  • 04/10/24: Biden’s Trade Moves Raise Tensions With China and Japan but Draw Cheers at Home
    The president’s efforts to restrict Chinese imports and block a Japanese steel merger have pleased labor unions and sent a message to rival Donald J. Trump. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/09/24: Beeper Messaging App Is Acquired as a Bet on a Regulatory Shift
    Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, bought Beeper in an effort to build a system that works across Android and Apple devices. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/08/24: Spirit Airlines Will Delay Airbus Plane Purchases and Furlough Pilots
    The low-cost airline, which has been unprofitable for four years, is trying to reduce costs after a federal judge blocked a proposed deal for JetBlue to acquire Spirit. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/05/24: Some of Trump’s Biggest Political Backers Also Threw Trump Media a Lifeline
    Two billionaires, a wealthy election denier and a mysterious Russia-linked trust invested in the Trump company long before it went public. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/05/24: The Big Number: $2.5 Billion
    When Trump Media began public trading in late March, its stock surged. But this past week, its fortunes turned and the stock slumped. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/05/24: Delaware Double Whammy Casts Doubt on M&A Practices
    Delaware courts recently issued important decisions that impact M&A dealmakers and lawyers. In this post, we dive into two cases that serve as a reminder that Delaware grounds review of corporate actions in statutory requirements and not market practice, no matter how prevalent. In response, legislation to resolve the ambiguity created by these decisions has […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 04/04/24: A Looming Question for Paramount’s Board: How to Navigate Shari Redstone
    The board of directors has to walk a fine line, looking out for investors without running afoul of Ms. Redstone, the company’s most influential shareholder. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 04/03/24: Paramount Continues Talks With Skydance, Ignoring $26 Billion Offer From Apollo
    Paramount’s board of directors, which was already deep into talks with the media company Skydance, didn’t engage with the offer. - Source: NYT > Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • 03/29/24: Inside the battle for ‘trophy asset’ the Telegraph – and for the soul of Tory Britain

    Traditional affinity between Conservatives and the newspaper has given way to a complex, splintered drama, and the attempted acquisition by Gulf-backed RedBird IMI lies in limbo

    With the Conservative party trailing Labour by nearly 20 points in the polls, it needs all the help it can get if it is going to have a fighting chance at the next election.

    So Downing Street strategists privately wonder why the Daily Telegraph – arguably the UK’s most staunchly rightwing paper – is not being more supportive of Rishi Sunak in its coverage.

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  • 03/28/24: Independent to take control of BuzzFeed and HuffPost in UK and Ireland

    Media companies to combine publishing and advertising platforms to target gen Z and millennials

    The Independent will take control of BuzzFeed and HuffPost in the UK and Ireland with the intention to create “Britain’s biggest publisher network for gen Z and millennial audiences”, the publishers have said.

    The two media companies will combine their publishing, data and advertising platforms “to allow commercial partners to seamlessly buy across their sites”.

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  • 03/27/24: International bidding war brewing for UK packaging firm

    US-based International Paper puts in £5.7bn takeover proposal for DS Smith, gatecrashing Mondi offer

    An international bidding war is brewing for the UK packaging company DS Smith after a US-based paper producer put forward a £5.7bn takeover proposal, gatecrashing a deal it had agreed with the British rival Mondi.

    DS Smith confirmed it was now in talks with International Paper, which is one of the largest paper and pulp companies in the world, over an all-stock offer, which would trump the £5.14bn deal put forward by Mondi earlier this month.

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  • 03/22/24: Vodafone-Three merger could mean higher prices, UK watchdog warns

    CMA plans in-depth investigation into deal that would create UK’s largest mobile phone operator

    The planned merger between Vodafone and Three UK, which would create the UK’s largest mobile phone operator, has been referred to an in-depth investigation by the competition regulator.

    The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said it intended to refer the deal to a more detailed phase 2 investigation amid concerns that mobile customers could face higher prices and reduced quality.

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  • 03/21/24: Nationwide members deserve a vote on Virgin deal – but won’t get one | Nils Pratley

    With the £2.9bn acquisition having big sway over its future, owners should have a say, but democractic governance is blocked

    Should the members of Nationwide be allowed to vote on their building society’s £2.9bn acquisition of Virgin Money? Well, of course they should. The concept of mutual ownership can be fuzzy around the edges, but a deal that will expand the society’s assets by about a third is precisely the sort of transaction where the members should have the final say.

    Indeed, you’d hope the Nationwide’s board would see the sense of checking that the owners are up for the adventure. The Virgin deal is more than an add-on (even before one adds to the headline price the £250m that Sir Richard Branson will get as an exit fee for the brand licence). It is not an everyday piece of business. The cries of outrage about the lack of a vote by members are understandable.

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  • 03/21/24: Nationwide agrees £2.9bn deal to take over Virgin Money

    Richard Branson has already indicated he will back takeover that will require the agreement of the group’s shareholders

    Nationwide building society is lined up to take over its smaller rival Virgin Money after the pair formally agreed a deal worth £2.9bn.

    The acquisition, which will solidify Nationwide’s position as the UK’s second-largest mortgage lender, will also trigger the resignation of Virgin Money boss David Duffy, and is likely to lead to job cuts as well as an official “review” of the combined group’s workforce.

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  • 03/19/24: AstraZeneca to buy Canadian cancer specialist Fusion for $2.4bn

    Britain’s biggest drugmaker’s latest acquisition will help it to develop new radiotherapy treatments

    Britain’s biggest drugmaker, AstraZeneca, is to buy a Canadian cancer specialist focused on next-generation treatments for $2.4bn (£1.9bn), the latest in a string of acquisitions made to strengthen its portfolio of new medicines.

    The Anglo-Swedish company struck an agreement to acquire Fusion Pharmaceuticals, which is developing next-generation radioconjugates that offer an alternative to chemotherapy and radiotherapy. It has emerged as a new type of cancer treatment in recent years, and delivers a radioactive isotope directly to cancer cells through precise targeting using molecules such as antibodies, peptides or small molecules.

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  • 03/17/24: Nationwide faces mounting calls to give members say on Virgin Money takeover

    Experts question if ‘bigger is better’ and whether members should be consulted on the £2.9bn deal

    The Nationwide building society is facing growing calls to give its 16 million members a say on its proposed £2.9bn takeover of high street rival Virgin Money in what would be the biggest UK banking deal since the financial crisis.

    It is just under two weeks since the building society shocked the City when it said it had reached a preliminary agreement to pay Virgin Money shareholders 220p a share, a 38% premium on the lender’s share price at the time.

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  • 03/15/24: UAE-backed Telegraph takeover group weighs up selling stake as ban looms

    Potential move by RedBird IMI follows UK government plan to ban foreign state ownership of newspapers

    The United Arab Emirates-backed consortium RedBird IMI is considering a sale of its stake in the Telegraph, after its attempt to take over the media group was effectively scuppered by UK government plans to ban foreign state ownership of newspapers.

    It paid £600m last November to clear the debts of the group’s owners, the Barclay family, but within days the transfer of control was put on hold amid an investigation into whether it raised public interest concerns.

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  • 03/15/24: Vodafone to sell Italian business to Swisscom for €8bn

    UK telecoms group says some of proceeds will be returned to investors via share buybacks

    Vodafone is selling its Italian business to Swisscom for €8bn (£6.8bn) cash and plans to return €4bn to shareholders.

    The telecoms company said it had reached an agreement to sell Vodafone Italy as part of wider plans to streamline its European operations and that some of the proceeds would be returned to investors via share buy-backs. Vodafone will continue to provide certain services to Swisscom for up to five years as part of the transaction.

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  • 03/13/24: Telegraph takeover: UK planning new laws to prevent foreign states owning assets

    New legislation could thwart planned £600m purchase of media group by UAE-backed consortium

    The UK government plans to introduce legislation that would prevent foreign governments owning UK newspapers and news magazines in a significant move that could scupper the planned £600m sale of the Telegraph to a United Arab Emirates-backed consortium.

    RedBird IMI – a partnership between a fund backed by the UAE’s vice-president, Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and a privately owned US investment firm – is seeking to acquire one of the UK’s most influential newspaper groups.

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  • 03/12/24: Telegraph and Spectator takeover: News Corp and Mail owner consider bids

    Planned acquisition by UAE-backed RedBird IMI is being considered by the culture secretary

    Two leading British media groups have reportedly shown fresh interest in a takeover of the Telegraph and Spectator alongside RedBird IMI, a consortium backed by the United Arab Emirates.

    Bloomberg said Rupert Murdoch’s News UK and DMGT, which owns the Daily Mail, are examining options regarding the Conservative-supporting newspaper and its sister magazine.

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  • 03/12/24: Labor rights? Whatever. TikTok frenzy over Trader Joe’s mini tote bags

    High prices, mega mergers and union busting are just water under the bridge judging from the scramble for a new bag

    What’s so special about Trader Joe’s new mini totes? Aesthetics-wise, nothing: the canvas bag resembles LL Bean’s ubiquitous totes. The only difference is that these come stamped with the name of a supermarket chain known for its fancy cheeses, frozen dinners – and the fact that it’s currently one of the corporations lobbying to declare the National Labor Relations Board unconstitutional. Union drip, these are not.

    Still, there are plenty of people who approach these bags with the same enthusiasm that Trader Joe’s lawyers reportedly reserve for union busting. Young women on TikTok have taken to decorating their mini Trader Joe’s totes with embroidery, patches and paint. It all looks very summer camp. CNN reported that the tote has reached a cult status not seen since … well, just a few weeks ago, when pink Stanley tumblers took the world (or at least Target shopping aisles) by storm.

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  • 03/11/24: Reddit aims for $6bn stock float; bitcoin at new record high – as it happened

    Live, rolling coverage of business, economics and financial markets as exchange-traded funds help bitcoin rally above $71,800

    The biggest European stock markets are all in negative territory (with the smaller exception of Switzerland).

    The FTSE 100 in London is down by 0.4%, with mining companies the biggest losers.

    The FCA continues to remind people that cryptoassets are high risk and largely unregulated. Those who invest should be prepared to lose all their money.

    Continue reading... - Source: Mergers and acquisitions | The Guardian
  • 03/07/24: Nationwide to buy Virgin Money in £2.9bn deal

    Lenders reach preliminary agreement on key terms in deal to create new competitor with £366bn in assets

    Nationwide building society has agreed to buy its high-street rival Virgin Money for nearly £3bn in the largest UK banking deal since the 2008 financial crisis.

    The two lenders have reached a preliminary agreement on the key terms of the takeover, which – if approved – would narrow competition with the big four banks. It would create a combined group with £366bn in total assets, nearly 700 branches and more than 23 million customers.

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  • 03/01/24: Wincanton backs £762m takeover offer from US group GXO

    UK haulage firm employs 20,000 people and customers include Asda, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose

    Bosses at the UK haulage company Wincanton have thrown their support behind a £762m takeover offer from the US logistics business GXO and dropped their backing for a rival bid.

    Wincanton said on Friday that directors intended to recommend unanimously an offer of 605p a share made by GXO on Thursday. In the latest twist in the takeover battle, the Wincanton board withdrew their backing for an “increased and final cash offer” from Marseille-based CEVA Logistics at 480p a share, announced earlier this week.

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  • 02/29/24: The UK stock market isn’t working | Nils Pratley

    Recent bidding battles for sub-£1bn firms such as Wincanton and Currys suggest London has an undervaluation problem

    Get ready to see more flotations later this year, said David Schwimmer, chief executive of the London Stock Exchange Group on Thursday. Good: it would mark a change from the droughts of 2022 and 2023 that have caused much agonising over the health of the London stock market.

    But, actually, the deep problem here may not be a shortage of newcomers. Rather, it could be indifference, or so it seems, towards sub-£1bn UK companies that have been around for years.

    Continue reading... - Source: Mergers and acquisitions | The Guardian
  • 02/08/24: New Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Filing Thresholds, Filing Fees and Interlocking Directorate Thresholds Announced
    The Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act thresholds that govern which mergers & acquisitions must be reported to the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will increase slightly more than 7% in March 2024. To learn more about the changes to the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act please see the recent client alert published by Cooley’s […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 02/01/24: Cooley’s 2023 Tech M&A Year in Review: An AI-Generated Glass Half Full
    2023’s much-discussed downturn in mergers & acquisitions – with global M&A volume and value down 6% and 17%, respectively, from 2022 – was largely driven by the slowdown in the tech sector, with global tech M&A volumes down 51% year over year, while other sectors saw marked increases.[1] The headwinds in the tech M&A sector […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/30/24: Cooley’s 2023 Activism Year in Review: Wolf Packs at the Gate
    As we look ahead to the 2024 proxy season (and beyond), let’s review the key 2023 trends and developments from activism playbooks, with a sharp focus on the ever-changing landscape in the technology and healthcare sectors. Momentum building for 2024? Globally, 229 campaigns launched in 2023, just under 2022 campaign levels, ushering in the most […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/25/24: Cooley’s 2023 Cross-Border M&A Year in Review: Navigating Choppy Waters Into a More Buoyant 2024
    Cross-border M&A activity in 2023 was impacted by heightened geopolitical conflicts, high inflation and interest rates, and increased regulatory pressures as the global economy remained clouded by looming recession fears. Deal financing became more difficult and expensive, placing more emphasis on alternative funding and value creation. In such an environment, global M&A activity experienced a […] - Source: Cooley M&A
  • 01/23/24: Cooley’s 2023 Life Sciences M&A Year in Review: Potent Mix of Creativity and Resilience Spurs Activity Heading Into 2024
    In a subdued year for global M&A, dealmaking in the life sciences industry came in waves, with a busy fourth quarter generating cautious optimism heading into 2024. While the year saw an overall decline in M&A activity (down 17% from 2022), total pharmaceuticals and life sciences deal value in 2023 increased by approximately 50% compared […] - Source: Cooley M&A

 

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