A global pattern of opportunity is emerging in the asset management world, with changing distribution models, new ways of doing business and a new investor-focused structure, according to KPMG’s Evolving Investment Management Regulation report.
Dr Ronald Klingebiel, Assistant Professor of Strategy at Warwick Business School, has said that Vodafone's buyout of Kabel Deutschland is not just a business decision.
European acquirers delivered an impressive performance in the second quarter of the year, according to data in the latest edition of Towers Watson’s Quarterly Deal Performance Monitor (QDPM), which analyses the post-deal performance of completed M&A deals with a value of at least $100 million.
Starbucks have made their first UK corporation tax payment since 2009.
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US computing giant Oracle have been punished by investors for missing sales targets for the second quarter running.
Dixons Retail have seen annual pre-tax losses of £115.3 million after being hit by costs from troubled online outlet, Pixmania.
A new report from the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) says Britain's top banks and building societies need to fill a £27.1bn hole in their balance sheets.
Private equity (PE) exit numbers dropped in Europe last year to 61 from 2011’s total of 85 according to Myths and challenges – How do private equity investors create value?, Ernst & Young’s annual study of European PE exits. The report cites a volatile economic climate and low transactions activity as the primary challenges for PE.