Is IAG’s interest in Norwegian Air in the best interests of its passengers?

International Airline Group, the holding company behind British Airways and Iberia, is rumoured to be considering using its recently acquired 4.6 per cent stake in Norwegian Air Shuttle as a springboard for a potential takeover of the group. 

 

China’s expanding taste for wine drives Carlyle’s latest deal

Carlyle is tapping the expanding Chinese wine market as the private equity firm agrees to acquire Australia’s Accolade Wines for a reported AUD 1bn. 

Q1 2018 activity off to a flying start

The end of the first quarter is upon us and it has been a flying start to the year in terms of announced deal value. The levels of activity that we have seen so far in 2018 were last seen three years ago, in 2015, and that became a vintage year in terms of global deal activity.

Germany’s energy sector faces changes with announcement of complex RWE E.ON Deal

This weekend has seen the announcement of a deal between Germany’s RWE and E.ON power companies that will break up the RWE renewables spin off, Innogy, which listed 25 per cent of its shares on the Frankfurt and Xetra stock exchanges back in October 2016.

January sees deal activity start strongly out of the blocks

A blistering start to 2018 has left those watching the markets excited about what "might be" in 2018.