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M&A: Are the Delaware Courts Becoming Intrusive?

Nov 8th, 2015 | Filed under: Regulatory Environment, Legislation/Court rulings, Relative Value Hedge Funds

In 2014 it seemed possible that investment bankers could shrug off the Rural Metro decision as an anomaly; that is, as an example of how bad cases make bad law. But if a pending decision in the Supreme Court upholds the Chancery Court, they'll know they're dealing not with an anomaly but with a trend.Read More


Is the FTC loosening its choke-hold on the mergers?

Oct 8th, 2015 | Filed under: Regulatory, Regulatory Environment, Business News

After a hard look at the evidence, Judge Polster couldn't say that the FTC was likely to prevail after a full hearing on its objection to the merger of two medical-equipment sterilizers, so he denied the preliminary injunction. Why this matters. Read More


PwC on Mergers and Acquisitions Activity

Jul 28th, 2015 | Filed under: Currencies, Agriculture, Alpha Strategies

"Not moving is more risky than moving," said one CEO asked about mergers and acquisitions. "We will make more acquisitions, but they’ll probably be larger in nature, more transformative. " Read More


Asset managers rockin’ down the M&A highway…

Feb 25th, 2010 | Filed under: Institutional Investing

Merger and acquisition activity in the asset management space continues to rev up, according to a new report. But the reasons behind the activity aren't all positive.Read More