Financiers still favour Caribbean tourism despite inflation risk Advisory
No matter what happens with the international economy, it seems the sunshine and sea breezes of Caribbean tourism will always be attractive for investment.
Mid-market pickup to drive M&A rebound Conversations
Global M&A activity is poised to bounce back after 12 months of dealmaking doldrums, with experts from Baker Tilly expecting the mid-market to drive the recovery.
Harsh Maheshwari named new Global Head of Corporate Finance Network News
The appointment supports the network’s strategy to create a truly global corporate finance capability.
UK’s uncertain economy putting spotlight on alternative finance Corporate Finance
Rising costs of finance and ongoing economic uncertainty in the United Kingdom are underscoring the advantages of alternative lenders.
Investment Zones a welcome boost for UK’s countryside counties Tax
A strong response from regional areas suggests the UK’s new Investment Zones initiative has been well-received.
Bored monkey or business model? Finding the commercial value in NFTs Conversations
NFTs are shifting from a buzzword to business model, but there are key considerations that have to be addressed by brands.
Blockchain and Bitcoin’s big energy issue Conversations
As cryptocurrencies and NFT trading shift towards the mainstream, a push is emerging to regulate the energy use of the underlying blockchain infrastructure.
Energy prices create new barrier for electric vehicles Conversations
As the energy crisis worsens, what are the challenges for the electric vehicles market – and for the automotive sector more generally?
COP26 is creating an impetus for business to act — here’s why Corporate Finance
COP26 marks a watershed moment for the race to save the world from the worst of global warming — and industry will be expected to step up.
Pandemic fails to dent appetite for cross-border M&A Conversations
Baker Tilly’s latest cross-border M&A report shows dealmakers undeterred by the pandemic and ambitious for cross-border M&A deals.
When it comes to SPACs, one size doesn’t fit all Conversations
Changes in UK rules for SPACs should make London more competitive — but they are not for everyone, writes MHA UK’s Robin Stevens.
Dealmakers focus on recipe for fast-growing companies Corporate Finance
For investors and dealmakers looking to spur companies on to growth in the rocky recovery from COVID-19, there’s one ingredient that matters more than all others: digital transformation.
SPACs exploring beyond US in search of deals Conversations
These blank-cheque juggernauts are looking to less saturated markets to complete deals but will the hype sustain them?
ESG more critical than ever in M&A M & A
The tide is turning for investments considered purely on financial terms, as new research confirms the rising importance of ESG to dealmakers.
Investors return to wind power in Poland Corporate Finance
Coal is rapidly becoming uncompetitive as an electricity fuel source in Poland. That has blown the door wide open for renewable energy.
Will foreign investors strike gold? Conversations
There has been a surge of interest in golden visas, which is being welcomed despite concerns about misuse.
Thawing the dealmaking freeze Conversations
M&A in North America has been moving at a glacial speed. What will drive a turnaround in 2020?
Consulting to cannabis: risk, reward in emerging market Conversations
Cannabis has rapidly grown into a $15 billion industry but there are plenty of pitfalls in this emerging market.