Corporate Financing week

Weekly coverage of global M&A activity, IPOs, privatisations, equity, debt financing and financing trends

Latest Corporate Financing week Analysis

Corporate Financing Analysis - Chinese Floats Returning To The US In Growing Numbers - 13 NOV 2017

US equity capital market (ecm) investor confidence in Chinese stocks is returning. After several years of accounting scandals from 2010 onwards, which served to damage the reputation of Chinese firms listed in the US, and in some cases forced firms to delist from either the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or the Nasdaq bourse altogether, Mainland firms from the Middle Kingdom are proving to be...

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Corporate Financing Analysis - Buyout Tailwinds Driving Global PE Spending Surge - 06 NOV 2017

As we move into the final two months of the year, 'animal spirits' are alive and well in the global buyout arena, with funds taking advantage of investor confidence to snap up new assets having completed a wave of exits over recent years. Furthermore, in the current 'sellers' market', private equity funds across the globe have been taking advantage of the favourable conditions for dealmaking to...

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Corporate Financing Analysis - US IPO Market On Fire As Drop Draws Ever Closer - 30 OCT 2017

With the ongoing melt-up in US stocks continuing to surprise, the current US IPO rally looks set to continue through to and past the 2017 year-end. In the process, we expect the rally to help record a strong increase in floats y-o-y, and potentially produce the busiest year for deals since 2014 in the process. Despite the short-term positive outlook, our core view remains that the current bull...

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Corporate Financing Analysis - Malaysian ECM Bull Run Set To Strengthen Further - 23 OCT 2017

With economic growth strengthening and with the local Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) in positive territory, equity capital market (ecm) activity in Malaysia is on course to record its largest haul of deals by combined value for three years. Moreover, in BMI's view, the foundations are in place for this bullish momentum to carry on over into 2018 too, with a) an undervalued currency; b) chea...

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