Worldwide M&A Up 40%; Strong Gains for Large Cap Deals, Energy and Healthcare M&A Drive Strongest First Half Since 2007; Goldman Sachs Top Advisor.
Don Melvin Greece’s affair with the euro began with the grandest of hopes. The country approved the euro in 2001, in time to be among the first countries to use the new currency. At first, the most ambitious attempt ever to create a new multinational currency all seemed to go so well. The predicted problems […]
A suggestion to move the population of Hong Kong to Northern Ireland sparked a flurry of correspondence in Whitehall in 1983, newly released documents show. The bizarre plan was revealed in files published by the National Archives. The novel idea came from a lecturer who warned that the British colony’s 5.5 million inhabitants would need […]
No matter how much goes on behind the scenes by regulators in investigating and monitoring, they will be judged on how they protect markets and individuals from damaging collapses such as that of large Australian stockbroking company, BBY Ltd. The company entered voluntary administration on 18 May 2015. The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) […]
ANZ has announced a new global head of corporate advisory who will be responsible for M&A services to institutional clients in Australia and Asia. Martin Hanrahan will step into the new role of global head of corporate advisory at ANZ, making the move from ANZ’s industrials advisory team. Most recently, Mr Hanrahan advised on Fosun International’s […]