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?
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?
Recent terrorist attacks cast a long shadow across the world and our thoughts are with all those affected. It is impossible to sum up all we have lost and make instant assessments of how much will change – and we’re not going to attempt that here. This is obviously a fluid situation and there will … More Tho’ much is taken, much abides
Takeaways: Volatility, growth worries….what of them! Deal making surpassed 2007 figures in August regardless – or should that be ‘because of’ these concerns? While we all wait on the Fed, it seems like an opportune time to cast our eyes around the deal landscape, because there’s certainly plenty to ponder. Deal dynamics are very different … More The real deal