Mergers & Acquisitions in Europe

This great post from Bloomberg Law, featuring Guy Norman from Clifford Chance, looks at the current M&A trend in Europe.

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  1. Mergers and acquisitions play an important part within the company finance market. Mergers take position when a organization is bought with the purpose of consolidating with one or more companies to set up a bigger corporation. Acquisitions take position when one organization takes over another organization. Mergers and acquisitions are especially attractive to traders because they can lower or increase the value of organization shares. They are also attractive to entrepreneurs due to the fact they can have positive or undesirable effects on company taxation if the organization is obtained by or combined with another corporation.

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