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01 March 2019 by Herbert Smith Freehills
Markus Lauer and Nico Abel, Herbert Smith Freehills Germany
01 March 2019 by Luis Pedro del Valle and Florencio Gramajo, Arias
Luis Pedro del Valle and Florencio Gramajo, Arias
01 March 2019 by Tommy Tong and Nicky Cardno, Herbert Smith Freehills
Tommy Tong and Nicky Cardno, Herbert Smith Freehills
01 March 2019 by Harsh Pais and Clarence Anthony, Trilegal
Dealmaking in India touched the $100 billion mark in 2018, driven by relative macroeconomic stability, progressive liberalisation of government policies and sale of distressed assets.
01 March 2019 by Luky Walalangi, Miriam Andreta and Renansyah Jenie, Walalangi & Partners (in association with Nishimura & Asahi
The market in 2018-19 seems to be tuned more to private than public M&A.
01 March 2019 by John Cunha and Ezekiel Tuma, ASAR – Al Ruwayeh & Partners
he last twelve months have seen some consolidation activity in the financial sector of Kuwait.
01 March 2019 by Marcus Peter, GSK Stockmann (Luxembourg)
2018 has once again shown a growing trend in M&A transactions with a view to Luxembourg-based target entities as well as acquisitions outside of Luxembourg that were started using a Luxembourg structure. Luxembourg-based targets are typically not the centre of high-profile M&A targets.
01 March 2019 by Miguel Ishii Yokoyama and Alejandro Creel Ysita, Jáuregui y Del Valle
2018 was a year of uncertainty in Mexico due to the NAFTA renegotiation and the presidential elections. What we saw in 2018 was a number of transactions that involved the acquisition of real estate.
01 March 2019 by Eloy Alfaro B and Rita de la Guardia, Alemán Cordero Galindo & Lee
The environment for M&A transactions is favourable. The 12 months of 2018 proved to be an active year for the M&A market in Panama
01 March 2019 by Jorge Bleck and Maria da Cunha Matos, Vieira de Almeida
During 2018 and the first months of 2019, the M&A market in Portugal continued a consistent upward trend in what can be described as a "post-crisis period".