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M&A in the Americas: a two-way street

Few sectors in North and South America have seen more dealmaking of late than consumer business—activity fueled to a sizable extent by companies in each hemisphere chasing growth in the other
By Robert Olsen
With Doug McDonald
September 16th, 2013

The driving forces behind mergers and acquisitions are diverse and vary between country and industry in which the deals are executed. A closer look at one of the hottest such sectors for M&A of late—consumer business—offers some instructive and potentially … Continue reading

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M&A 2012: Nexen’s the one

China National Offshore Oil Co.’s takeover of Nexen has made the loudest 2012 M&A headlines. But it’s actually been a busy year for all sorts of companies and dealmakers
By Jim Middlemiss
December 15th, 2012

The 2012 mergers and acquisitions market is one that many in the listed community won’t soon forget. For much of the year, the markets have been on a roller-coaster, undulating between a fickle European debt crisis and concerns over slowing … Continue reading

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Top 10 Deals 2011; Top Banks, Law Firms

Top 10 M&A deals in 2011 by Canadian acquirers
January 3rd, 2012

Rank: 1 Target: Equinox Minerals Ltd. Buyer: Barrick Gold Corp. Value: $7.7 billion** Investment Banks: Barrick: RBC Capital Markets; Morgan Stanley Equinox: CIBC World Markets; Goldman Sachs; TD Securities Law Firms: Barrick: Clayton Utz; Mallesons Stephen Jaques (advising Morgan Stanley; … Continue reading

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