Corporate Financing Week is a weekly newsletter bringing you detailed analysis of the most recent events and trends in the global M&A market, along with IPO activity, privatisations, nationalisations, future deals, divestment strategies, company financing strategies, and current corporate financing trends. The newsletter highlights key growth areas and allows its readers to target key equity and debt financing strategies, and exploit burgeoning industry trends.
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