In this webcast, we will cover the current landscape for investing in Latin America, common pitfalls that derail the deal, how investors can focus on compliance and regulatory risk, and more.
Q1 2016 deal making displayed an expected dip after the frenzy of deals late in 2015. Measured against the first quarter of last year, values grew while volumes dropped – evidencing a continued shift toward megadeals in the sector.
Coming off one of the slowest M&A quarters in recent history, one may question the future direction of Entertainment, Media & Communications (“EMC”) M&A. We are here to tell you that despite current economic headwinds, we continue to maintain a bullish outlook on EMC M&A.
When pursuing a joint venture or alliance, establishing a proper governance structure is critical for success. Learn more in our new M&A snapshot.
In Q1'16, M&A in the banking sector started slowly. The equity markets began 2016 even slower, with the IPO slow down hitting all sectors, including banking, which had no IPOs in the first quarter for the first time since the Financial Crisis.
This article from strategy+business explains why U.S. bank CEOs, CFOs, and boards of directors should give serious consideration to M&A as a strategic lever over the next year or more.
Energy deals is PwC's quarterly analysis of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the US oil and gas industry. It provides an overview of the most recent M&A results and our expectations for future deal activity.
The Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances paper discusses the current landscape for JVs and alliances, factors motivating their use, associated challenges, and leading practices for executing successful arrangements.
Driven by substantial megadeal growth (more than 284 percent by value as compared to 4Q15), average deal value in the industrial manufacturing sector increased to $691 million, despite a decline in volume in the first quarter.
Despite decreased activity, deal value in the Chemicals sector for the first quarter of 2016 increased by more than two and half times on a year-over-year basis, bringing the average deal value up to $1.9 billion.