Welcome to our M&A Newsletter.
With this first issue, we start sharing with our ecosystem of clients, advisor, investors and professional some of the more interesting M&A news and articles that the EthosData team has have read during last month.
We hope you find them interesting:
- Amazon bought Whole Foods because it eats data (Newsweek)
- Surviving M&A (Harvard Business Review)
- Tech M&A will fly high over next 12 months (The Middle Market)
- How two countries helped drive the recent rise in cryptocurrency prices (TechCrunch)
- Worldpay agrees to be acquired by rival Vantiv in £9bn deal (The Financial Times)
- Luxury goods giant LVMH grabs full control of Christian Dior (The Guardian)
- Santander seeks bids by July 24th for Popular property assets (Reuters)
- Murdoch’s warn UK a delay to Sky-Fox deal could hit inward investment (Reuters)
- South Africa’s Vodacom Q1 revenue rises led by growth at home (Reuters)
- Blackstone, CVC make their move as payment companies cash in (Reuters)
- Brexit? What Brexit? M&A deal values between the UK and rest of Europe double in first half of 2017 (City AM)
- Europe was responsible for almost a third of the world’s M&A transactions in the first half this year (City AM)
- Private banks sees opportunity onshore in Asia (Finance Asia)
- Chinese private equity keeps rocking the world (Finance Asia)
- Top oil companies plan to invest $1.15bn in Patagonia’s shale formation (Merco Press)
- Why PE’s and VC’s are holding back from investing in the stem cell market? (VCCircle)
- India planning to change financial year to Jan-Dec, says finance minister Jaitley (VCCircle)
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