Sustainability directives to shake up European M&A Conversations
New sustainability reporting directives are considered to be key to the European Commission’s carbon neutral ambitions, but experts say it remains uncertain how they will be implemented and how mergers and acquisitions will be impacted.
Uncertainty bites: M&A market update M & A
The escalating war in Ukraine and the fallout across European nations and economies threatens to take the steam out of the M&A market, according to Baker Tilly experts.
Global dealmakers 2022: M&A market update M & A
Baker Tilly’s annual M&A market update revealed a remarkable 77 percent increase in the annual global cross-border deal value in 2021.
ESG risks focus the minds of dealmakers M & A
The role of ESG in M&A continues to grow — not only affecting what companies are targets but raising the risk profile of some locations.
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.
Why high-net-worth investors are eyeing Caribbean assets Conversations
A Caribbean recovery is being driven by non-banks, including the offices of high-net-worth individuals, and private equity. Baker Tilly explores the drivers.
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.
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.
Dealmakers power up M&A as recovery gathers speed Conversations
After an abysmal first half for M&A in 2020, dealmakers roared back into action. But will the momentum be sustained? We look at what a strong M&A finish means for 2021.
Asia Pacific set to lead global M&A recovery M & A
Many dealmakers are optimistic about Asia-Pacific’s prospects for the remainder of 2020 and early 2021.
National security threat to Asia Pacific M&A, say dealmakers Conversations
Dealmakers fear security issues pose a cross-border M&A risk in Asia Pacific, as governments voice concerns about overseas influences.
COVID-19 leaves M&A activity exposed to the elements M & A
The coronavirus crisis was a storm front that grew quickly and struck fiercely, leaving global
Baker Tilly US and Squar Milner combine M & A
The combined firm fortifies its capabilities, expands its national footprint and secures Top 10 ranking.
Cherry Bekaert acquires CoNexus CPA Group M & A
Baker Tilly network member Cherry Bekaert strengthens its presence in the Atlanta market with the
North American M&A could see private equity take the lead M & A
Dealmakers expect many will scale back M&A although private capital is tapped to remain active as investors look to deploy cash reserves.
What do dealmakers expect in the next year? Conversations
Amid the chaos of geopolitical events and economic uncertainty, how do dealmakers feel about their ability to get deals done?
Dealmakers are braving uncertainty and geopolitical storms M & A
Respondents overwhelmingly agree that M&A will pick up in the year ahead and 71% say they will expand their cross-border investments.
US-China tensions add extra layers to manufacturing deals M & A
As the US and China trade conflict rolls on, uncertainty around tariffs and how they impact bottom lines is adding an extra level of complexity to transactions in the manufacturing sector.
Soft skills still in demand as matchmaking goes digital M & A
Much like in romance, M&A matchmakers face an unenviable proposition: get it right and it’s a thing of beauty, get it wrong and the inevitable result is a messy situation without any winners.
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