View the recording to find out how the landscape continues to evolve and get the latest on the ins and outs of global dealmaking.
It’s fair to say that in Q1 2019 global dealmaking did not surpass expectations. Investment banking fees were down 14 percent year-on-year and while global M&A dropped 20 percent compared with the same period in 2018. The number of mega deals halved in value and capital markets registered hefty declines.
Join us for a deep dive of Q2, ins and outs of dealmaking so far this year and a forward looking view into what is yet to come in 2019.
Anthony Hughes is Assistant Editor for International Financing Review with primary responsibility for overseeing equity capital markets coverage, including publication of the IFR US ECM Briefing. In this capacity, Mr. Hughes specializes in coverage of TMT, Industrials and Financials. He has had a long career in business journalism, starting in Australia as Investment Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald as well author of a daily stock market column for the Australian Financial Review. Prior to joining IFR in 2011, Mr. Hughes worked as AFR’s New York correspondent. He has also co-authored two books on stock market investing in Australia. Anthony is a CFA charterholder. Mr. Hughes co-chairs the annual IFR US ECM Roundtable.
John Foley is Reuters Breakingviews' U.S. editor. He has previously written and edited from London, Beijing and Hong Kong, and established Breakingviews’ first Asian bureau in 2009, subsequently running the European team from 2015 to 2017. Before joining Breakingviews in 2004, John worked as a copywriter for a London-based advertising agency. He read English Literature at Exeter College, Oxford.
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