Tag Archive: Deutsche Bank

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

Foxes May Lose Their Hair, But Not Their Goals

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On the 15th of December the independent committee of Sky has approved to sell to 21st Century Fox 60.4% of its equity ownership at £10.75 per share. The agreement comes after two rejections… 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

From Bratislava with Love: Slovak nuclear on sale

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On December 18th Enel announced an agreement with EPH for the sale of its 66% stake in the Slovak subsidiary Slovenské Elektrárne. Discussions are still ongoing about the possible purchase of a 17%… Continue reading

BOILING SUMMER IN THE BUILDING-MATERIALS INDUSTRY

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Industry Overview Relevant signals of growth and recovery are shown in the segments of building materials sector which represent Italcementi and Heidelberg core businesses. Furthermore, continued tailwinds will bring benefits regarding revenue and… Continue reading

A EUROPEAN FUND MANAGEMENT POWERHOUSE: SANTANDER AND UNICREDIT COMBINE THEIR ASSET MANAGEMENT UNITS

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Banco Santander will combine its asset management arm with Pioneer Investments, a unit of Unicredit. The combined company will manage $429 bn in assets. This deal follows the recent trend in the M&A… Continue reading

THE END OF A TRILOGY – VALEANT ON SALIX CASE.

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The increased M&A activity within the Healthcare sector has not slowed down in 2015, after we saw a record volume of transactions in the previous year. After securing financing, Canada-based Valeant has won… Continue reading