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Top winners of Vietnam M&A Forum 2016 awards announced

Top winners of Vietnam M&A Forum 2016 awards announced

by Vietnam Investment Review
The Vietnam M&A Forum 2016 announced last night the winners of Vietnam’s top merger and acquisition deals. Christopher Kummer, president of the Institute of Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances, noted that M&A transactions in Vietnam are on the rise, which helped the country climb the ranks as an attractive M&A location worldwide, from 19th in 2015 to 15th in 2016. […] Read more

Experts: M&A activity continues strong growth

Experts: M&A activity continues strong growth

by The Saigon Times
Experts at a major forum in HCMC painted a rosy picture for merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in Vietnam, saying the accumulated value of deals would continue leaping in the coming years after reaching new highs last year. Christopher Kummer, president of the Institute of Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances (IMAA), said M&A activity is bustling in Vietnam and that this trend […] Read more

Experts: M&A activity continues strong growth

Experts: M&A activity continues strong growth

by vietnambreakingnews
Experts at a major forum in HCMC painted a rosy picture for merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in Vietnam, saying the accumulated value of deals would continue leaping in the coming years after reaching new highs last year. Christopher Kummer, president of the Institute of Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances (IMAA), said M&A activity is bustling in Vietnam and that this trend […] Read more

New developments aid merger & acquisition activities

New developments aid merger & acquisition activities

by vietnamnews
New developments have brought opportunities for Merger and Acquisition deals made between foreign investors and Vietnamese firms, according to speakers at the M&A Forum Việt Nam 2016 held today by the Việt Nam Investment Review in HCM City. The Government in the 2016-2020 term is making every effort […] Read more

M&A transactions valued at over USD3 billion in first half

M&A transactions valued at over USD3 billion in first half

by talkvietnam
This was revealed in a press conference for M&A 2016 forum, held on July 25th in Hanoi. Professor Christopher Kummer, President of Institute of Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances (IMAA), said that so far this year, Vietnam has made big progress on the global M&A rankings when the country climbed to the 20th place with nearly 400 transactions; […] Read more

Vietnam ranked 20th position in M&A Global Activity Ranking Table

Vietnam ranked 20th position in M&A Global Activity Ranking Table

by vietnamnet
Value of mergers and acquisitions (M& A) activities of Vietnam exceeded US$ 3 billion in the first six months of 2016. According to President of the Institute of Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances (IMAA) Christopher Kummer, Vietnam currently stands the 20th position in the global M&A market with its nearly 400 deals. […] Read more

Alcoa – Abspaltungen lohnen sich

Alcoa – Abspaltungen lohnen sich

by Wirtschaftswoche
Der Aluminiumkonzern Alcoa trennt sein Geschäft in zwei Sparten – eine gute Entscheidung. Eine Reihe großer Abspaltungen beschäftigt derzeit die Konzernwelt: Angefangen bei Ebay und Paypal über Bayer und Covestro, Reckitt Benckiser und sein Pharmageschäft, LVMH und Hermès bis hin zu Alcoa in dieser Woche. Der Trend scheint ungebrochen – und die Idee dahinter ist ebenso gut wie sinnvoll: Denn meistens lohnt sich eine Abspaltung.Read more

Pfizer, Allergan deal dead, what could be next?

Pfizer, Allergan deal dead, what could be next?

by CNBC
A $160 billion merger between Pfizer and Allergan lay in tatters Wednesday and left experts contemplating whether more deals could be hit by new tax rules issued by the U.S. Treasury. The deal, which would have allowed New York-based Pfizer to cut its tax bill by redomiciling to Ireland, has now been formally ended. Fresh rules issued Monday make it tougher for target companies to pass on their overseas registered address and in turn, beneficial tax rates. […] Read more

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