Mergers and acquisitions continue to deliver the strategic objectives of global business, particularly in the face of unprecedented change, providing tremendous opportunities to reshape organisations and access new markets.
As a law firm we examine the driving factors, risks and opportunities clients face across industries and geographies, and assess the strategies for delivering successful M&A.
This M&A hub presents our insights, training and other key resources to support our clients in planning and delivering M&A projects.
M&A disputes: How the arbitration landscape has changed and where technology might take it next
Few Latin phrases are remembered better by law graduates than “caveat emptor”, meaning “buyer beware”. It is the principle that the buyer alone is responsible for checking the quality and suitability of goods before a purchase is made.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s sports law team have analysed a range of sources to compile research into the ownership of English Premier League (EPL) clubs.
Market rationalization and exit risk in global supply chain management
Explains why the capacity to contract, and to rationalise or exit markets selectively, in each case effectively and quickly (market rationalisation and exit risk) is critical to global supply chain management.
Joint ventures survey
Market analysis on success factors behind joint ventures and the outlook for 2021.
Stormy weather ahead for energy transition M&A
Strategic M&A deals are always fraught with risk, and there will be too many oil and gas companies chasing too few transition-focused targets
M&A Outlook 2021
We examine key legal and regulatory developments driving and shaping M&A around the world
M&A outlook: Foreign investment screening
Join a discussion on developments, trends and strategies in foreign investment reviews of M&A transactions in the US, EU, UK, Canada and Australia.
Beyond COVID-19: Corporate/M&A outlook
The impact of COVID-19, including its wide-ranging effect on “business-as-usual” activities, raises a number of issues for companies. Listed companies are having to consider their ongoing disclosure obligations and how to hold shareholder meetings, and all companies are reviewing the implications of the coronavirus for their financial position and performance, as well as their financial arrangements.