This week’s Capital Agenda Blog comes from Lee Downham – Partner and UK&I Markets Leader, Transaction Advisory Services and Kirsten Tompkins, UK&I Transaction Advisory Services Content Editor. This week we look both back and forward as we reach the end of a year – and decade – of crisis, recovery, division, uncertainty and, above all, … More 2019: How was it for you?
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?
In this week’s blog we’ll look at how the oil sector is responding to new challenges and think about the broader cross-sector challenge of transforming non-traditional investments into long-term value. … More How can oil companies engage with a low-carbon future?
Looking ahead to 2018, what role will M&A has to play in both grasping the opportunities this change creates, and managing the risks presented by technology led disruption? … More Technology-driven disruption is changing the role of M&A
A strong 2017 bodes well for M&A activity in 2018, but deals will depend on more than the numbers … More More than just the numbers
In the search for growth, what’s the most important question on business leaders’ minds? Our survey says: “how can I future proof my business?” It’s a central issue for companies and one that we think is changing the way they are thinking about deals. Companies are still buying for reach and scale; but increasingly they’re looking to buy skills, … More Adding capabilities
Takeaways: Some of the trends for the year discussed last week are already apparent in events during the first weeks of 2015. Innovation is driving IP-centric M&A and divergent economic performances is showing where future stress points may appear.