Tag Archive: Barclays

The DWS IPO – Crying for Cryan

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Deutsche Bank or the art of tripping over coffee tables Deutsche Bank AG is a German financial giant, founded in 1870 and headquartered in Frankfurt. It operates with more than 100,000 employees in… Continue reading

CVS Acquires Aetna in the Largest American Healthcare Insurance Deal of All Time

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On December 3rd, 2017 CVS Health Corporation announced its intention to acquire Aetna Inc. in a cash-stock deal for $69 billion, in what will be the largest corporate deal in 2017 so far.… Continue reading

The dilemma of cross-border acquisitions: Tyco International and Johnson Controls

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Nowadays, Tyco has become a mere shadow of the diversified engineering group that used to be in the 1990s. Over the years, it has expanded under an aggressive acquisition strategy overseen by former… Continue reading

LSE – DB merger: a crucial step towards Capital Markets Union

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London Stock Exchange Group (LSE:LSE) and Deutsche Börse (DB1X.N:GER) have agreed to merge and give birth to the largest European stock exchange group with a combined market capitalization of over $6tn. Industry Overview… Continue reading

AN EMERGING INTERNATIONAL BANK: SABADELL BUYS TSB FOR £1.7 BN

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Spanish institution Banco Sabadell (SAB.MC) agrees to pay £1.7 bn for TSB (TSB.L), Britain’s seventh biggest lender with 631 branches and 4.3% market share, in one of the biggest cross-border banking deals since… Continue reading

A SUBPRIME RENAISSANCE: CITIGROUP SELLS ONEMAIN TO SPRINGLEAF

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Springleaf Holdings Inc. set to buy Citigroup Inc’s OneMain Financial Holdings for $4.25bn in cash, forming the largest subprime lender in the United States. Citigroup’s strategy to sell its non-core operations and focus… Continue reading