On the brink: profit warnings highest since the crisis

This week’s Capital Agenda Blog comes from Alan Hudson, Head of UK&I Restructuring. On the brink of….a Brexit deal, a general election, a US-China trade agreement, a global recession? We know that uncertainty is a given in 2019. But, the persistent and deepening nature of this uncertainty took UK profit warnings to the brink of … More On the brink: profit warnings highest since the crisis

Does M&A need to become more ‘purpose driven’?

We’re relaunching the Capital Agenda Blog this autumn with a new editor and new themes. I’m Lee Downham, EY’s new UK&I Markets Leader and I’m looking forward to sharing my thoughts – and the thoughts of my colleagues – on how companies can manage capital and transactions in a changing world. ‘Change’ being one of … More Does M&A need to become more ‘purpose driven’?

What can 20 years of profit warning data tell us?

This week’s blog comes from Alan Hudson, EY Head of UK&I Restructuring In 1999, when EY started to track UK profit warnings, the dot.com boom was full swing, the euro started trading and businesses were preparing for Y2K – the so called “millennium bug”. Two decades and over 6000 profit warnings later, we’ve gathered a … More What can 20 years of profit warning data tell us?

Are you merging innovation or submerging value?

This week’s Capital Agenda Blog comes from Matt Bartell, EY UK&I Transaction Advisory Services Life Sciences Leader and Andrew Jones, an Associate Partner in EY UK&I  Life Sciences Transaction Advisory Services. Are you merging innovation or submerging value? How do you integrate an acquisition when its value derives not from its physical assets, but from … More Are you merging innovation or submerging value?