How can the construction sector rebuild stakeholder confidence?

This week’s blog comes from Richard Harrison  Director in our TAS Practice and Ian Marson, TAS Construction Leader and Director in our Transactions practice. Stakeholder confidence is vital to any business, but it is crucial for those reliant on winning and delivering contracts. This is the challenge facing the construction sector, where confidence has been tested by a … More How can the construction sector rebuild stakeholder confidence?

Could the UK become a hotbed of M&A in 2019?

This week’s post comes from Steve Ivermee, Managing Partner, UKI Transaction Advisory Services at EY. This might be a strange, even bizarre question to ask given the uncertainties currently faced by the UK economy and – by extension – UK companies. But, our latest Global Capital Confidence Barometer has two really striking UK headlines. For … More Could the UK become a hotbed of M&A in 2019?

Are travel headwinds easing?

This week’s Capital Agenda Blog comes  from Amanda Blackhall O’Sullivan, a partner in our Restructuring team. Some of the strongest headwinds that have battered the travel sector in recent years are easing, but new challenges are always emerging and many go deeper than temporary shifts in overheads and demand. Airlines and tour operators in particular will need … More Are travel headwinds easing?

Why is ‘take private’ such a hot topic?

This week’s blog comes from Fredrik Bürger, who leads EY’s Private Equity Value Creation service offering. Public-to-private transactions (PTP) are well and truly back on the private equity agenda. While by no means reaching the peaks of 2006-7, ‘take-private’ deals have picked up in the last two years and look set to accelerate in 2019. … More Why is ‘take private’ such a hot topic?