Taxation Of Cross-Border Mergers And Acquisitions: France 2016

Taxation Of Cross-Border Mergers And Acquisitions: France 2016

by KPMG
To summarize the French rules applicable to cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&A), this report addresses three fundamental decisions facing a prospective purchaser. What should be acquired: the target’s shares or its assets? What will be the acquisition vehicle? How should the acquisition vehicle be financed? Tax is, of course, only one piece of transaction structuring. […] Read more

The Power Of Alliances: Partnering For Growth In The Insurance Sector

The Power Of Alliances: Partnering For Growth In The Insurance Sector

by KPMG
This is an era of unprecedented change for the insurance sector. New technologies, new customer expectations, new regulations and new competitive pressures are rapidly disrupting the traditional insurance business model. In this environment, insurance organizations have no choice but to adapt. The good news is that the vast majority of insurance executives intuitively know they need to be more innovative. […] Read more

Insurance M&A Trends: A Year In Review And Predictions For 2016

Figure 1 M&A insurance trends 2016

by KPMG
At the start of 2015, we made some predictions around how mergers and acquisitions (M&A) would impact the insurance sector. We did this in order to help clients plan their strategy in a rapidly evolving market. We anticipated a highly active year, centered on a number of key themes including consolidation, particularly within the property and casualty (P&C) segment and where industry fundamentals are affected by regulation, such as the US health care market. […] Read more

European Debt Sales

European Debt Sales

by KPMG
2015 was another strong year for European loan sales, with over €104 billion in closed transactions across 30 European countries. Hot spots over the past year included the United Kingdom (UK), Ireland, Italy, and Spain, where over €86 billion of transactions closed. Pleasingly, the pipeline remains strong for 2016, with over €32 billion in ongoing transactions, and continued interest from domestic and international investors looking to purchase European loan portfolios. […] Read more

‘Protectionism’ In M&A: A Mixed Picture

Figure 2 Some practical considerations

by Allen & Overy
When a national ‘champion’ is at stake, lively political and media debate often follows, sometimes even where the sector involved is not particularly ‘sensitive’. This is unsurprising in markets facing slow economic growth and, more recently, there has been an interesting interplay between expanding sanctions regimes and policy in this area. […] Read more

Taxation Of Cross-Border Mergers And Acquisitions: France 2014

Taxation Of Cross-Border Mergers And Acquisitions: France 2014

by KPMG
The last major reforms in the area of cross-border transactions are as follows: Increase of the corporate income tax surcharge to 10.7 percent (from 5 percent) for corporate taxpayers with annual sales turnover above 250 million euros (EUR), for financial years ending on or after 31 December 2013. This brings the maximum corporate income tax rate to 38 percent (from 36.1 percent). Reform of the tax loss rules. […] Read more

L’heure est à la recomposition dans le secteur aérien européen

by Reuters
Pour les compagnies aériennes européennes, l’heure est aux grandes manoeuvres et le monde du transport aérien s’est une nouvelle fois agité mercredi lorsqu’Air France-KLM a laissé passer la date limite pour le dépôt d’une offre sur Austrian Airlines, tandis que Lufthansa s’est retirée des discussions sur le rachat de TUIfly.[…] Read more

L’heure est à la recomposition dans le secteur aérien européen

by Reuters
Pour les compagnies aériennes européennes, l’heure est aux grandes manoeuvres et le monde du transport aérien s’est une nouvelle fois agité mercredi lorsqu’Air France-KLM a laissé passer la date limite pour le dépôt d’une offre sur Austrian Airlines, tandis que Lufthansa s’est retirée des discussions sur le rachat de TUIfly.[…] Read more

L’heure est à la recomposition dans le secteur aérien européen

by Reuters
Pour les compagnies aériennes européennes, l’heure est aux grandes manoeuvres et le monde du transport aérien s’est une nouvelle fois agité mercredi lorsqu’Air France-KLM a laissé passer la date limite pour le dépôt d’une offre sur Austrian Airlines, tandis que Lufthansa s’est retirée des discussions sur le rachat de TUIfly.[…] Read more

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