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Diversity in deals: A conversation with PwC’s Stephanie Hogue (Part 2)

In today’s challenging deal environment, dealmakers need to go beyond financial expertise and industry knowledge to successfully execute a transaction. …

When a piece of your company no longer fits: What boards should know

By Mike Niland, US Divestitures Leader, PwC Deals Sometimes certain parts of a company no longer fit with the overall strategy. Divestitures are an excellent …

New Deal Frontier: Trump angst – How much does regulatory uncertainty matter for deals?

By Curt Moldenhauer In our New Deal Frontier series, we’ve outlined why the US is certain to be a top attraction for businesses that …

Diversity in deals: A conversation with PwC Corporate Finance’s Stephanie Hogue (Part 1)

Getting a deal done has always required expertise with numbers, knowledge of industry and economic trends, and other business skills. In …

The importance of effective change management

By Gregg Nahass, Partner, US and Global Leader, M&A Integration, PwC’s Deals Practice PwC’s 2017 M&A Integration Survey is full of welcome news. As more companies …

Getting smaller might help your company grow

By Mike Niland, US Divestitures Leader, PwC Deals Middle market companies vary greatly, but they generally have one thing in common: They want to grow. Whether it’s a family …

Getting on with business in today’s dealscape

Q2 2017 Deals Day findings By John D. Potter, PwC US Deals Sector Leader   After waiting months for action from Washington, dealmakers are collectively focusing on …

For utilities M&A, negotiating regulatory complexity is a must

As recent pending deals have shown, M&A in the utilities industry could face heavier scrutiny, with utilities seeking to gain a competitive edge having to convince …

Behind the curtain of secondary market transactions: How C-suite executives can create a win-win event to access liquidity

David Ethridge, US IPO Services Leader, PwC Deals Employees of private companies often are paid …

US IPOs have their best quarter in two years – Q2 2017 Capital Markets Watch

By Derek Thomson, Capital Markets Research Leader, PwC   US IPOs had their strongest quarter in two years amidst a backdrop of …

Halfway through 2017: deals on track for a steady year

So far, 2017 isn’t quite the year many deal forecasters were expecting. But at the midway point, it looks on track for a finish that won’t leave dealmakers gritting their …

An attractive and compelling equity story is key to a successful IPO

By Daniel Klausner, Managing Director, Capital Markets Advisory Leader, PwC Deals   Our team at PwC has helped numerous clients prepare for an IPO …

Considering an acquisition? Make sure you kick the tires for environmental impacts

By Tom Kalinosky and Neema Vaheb   So you’re thinking about acquiring a company in order to generate inorganic growth. Of course …

Private Equity/Corporate Joint Ventures: Innovative ways to partner

By Howard Friedman, PwC Deals Partner, and Scott Cohen, PwC Deals Director   When it comes to selling off businesses, competition among …

Demystifying direct listings

Alan Jones, Partner, IPO Services   In the wake of changes that the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) recently proposed to regulations surrounding direct listings of companies, several …

How one company divested to carve out a stronger portfolio

A new case study, Laying the groundwork for a complex divestiture, shows how a food company worked with PwC’s Deals team to plan for, develop and execute a carve-out in …

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