Half empty, or half full?

This week’s blog comes from EY’s UK&I Markets Leader, Lee Downham. Capital markets started 2020 with renewed optimism, but recent events have reminded us that new certainties and opportunities mix with old concerns and new worries. It’s this complex mix of forces that I think will create significant contrasts in fortunes – both between and within … More Half empty, or half full?

What price uncertainty?

This week’s Capital Agenda Blog comes from Alan Hudson, Head of UK Restructuring and Kirsten Tompkins, UK&I Transaction Advisory Services Content Editor. The Capital Agenda Blog usually starts the year with predictions for the 12 months ahead…but where do you start? The only thing we can predict is unpredictability – not least because Brexit isn’t … More What price uncertainty?

Dealing in a digital world

One of the most significant challenges for business today is how and where to allocate capital to meet their digital ambitions. Companies are faced with a number of questions, the most pressing of which is whether to buy or build or seek another path – technological and behavioural change has changed the deal space too, … More Dealing in a digital world

Through the looking glass: from low yields to old solutions

Sometimes you need time away to really see how much has changed. What’s really grabbing my attention now is the low growth, low inflation, low interest rate world in which we find ourselves. It’s partly a hangover from the global financial crisis; but it’s also a product of secular forces – i.e. it’s not going … More Through the looking glass: from low yields to old solutions

Five summer themes

When was the last quiet summer? Perhaps it was the same year as the last hot one? The pace of events might slacken in August –but let’s not bet on it. Still, it feels like a good time to take stock.  So much is up in the air, but we’re starting to get a better … More Five summer themes