Among the 25 billion-dollar public companies that filed for bankruptcy in 2008 were the two largest in US history to date: Lehman Brothers Holdings and Washington Mutual.
There is no denying that mergers and acquisitions, which rely on the interconnectedness of financial systems, have been greatly affected by the arrival of COVID-19. The impact, just like the spread of the virus across the globe, has been quick and significant. But what EU M&A trends can we expect as the pandemic recedes?
Emerging technologies are a testament to the rapid rate of human innovation. They are impacting profoundly how we live our personal lives but in the commercial world, the pressure is on for companies of all sizes to embrace cutting-edge technology to improve their business processes. If they fail to do so then they risk becoming obsolete very quickly.
Today’s asset management practises are centred around creating a stable cash flow. Investments in infrastructure remain popular for investors. Within the world of real estate, sale-leaseback transactions are gaining ground and offering a lot of advantages to both sellers and buyers.