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FT PwC M&A Europe Roundtable Series- Amsterdam

Creating Deal Value

Amsterdam |
Speakers include:
Javier  Espinoza

Javier Espinoza

Financial Times

Overview

An increasingly complex economic, political and regulatory landscape has created hesitancy amongst European dealmakers, leading to a slowdown in deal activity in the region. But low interest rates and the availability of distressed assets also creates new acquisition prospects as organisations review their portfolios, develop new business models and invest in new markets.

In the current business climate, generating transformative value requires confidence as well as meticulous planning. How can deal teams find new ways to create value throughout the deals cycle and improve synergies and overall outcomes? How can deal performance be tracked to create tangible progress indicators? In the long-term, how can M&A be better aligned with broader strategic goals, to become a tool that supports and enables business transformation?

Hosted under the Chatham House rule, this exclusive roundtable breakfast discussion will bring together a select group of business leaders and corporate representatives from the region to consider new strategies for optimising value from deals. 

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fallback Add to my Calendar 03/05/2020 00:00:0003/05/2020 00:00:00falseFT PwC M&A Europe Roundtable Series- AmsterdamAn increasingly complex economic, political and regulatory landscape has created hesitancy amongst European dealmakers, leading to a slowdown in deal activity in the region. But low interest rates and the availability of distressed assets also creates new acquisition prospects as organisations review their portfolios, develop new business models and invest in new markets.In the current business climate, generating transformative value requires confidence as well as meticulous planning. How can deal teams find new ways to create value throughout the deals cycle and improve synergies and overall outcomes? How can deal performance be tracked to create tangible progress indicators? In the long-term, how can M&A be better aligned with broader strategic goals, to become a tool that supports and enables business transformation?Hosted under the Chatham House rule, this exclusive roundtable breakfast discussion will bring together a select group of business leaders and corporate representatives from the region to consider new strategies for optimising value from deals. FT-PwC-M&A-Europe-Roundtable-Series--Amsterdamc20a0cd6df54b0a47d791aeec6dcf9f0MM/DD/YYYY

Chair (1)

Javier  Espinoza

Javier Espinoza

EU Correspondent and Former Private Equity Correspondent
Financial Times

Javier Espinoza is EU Correspondent in Brussels for the Financial Times, focusing his coverage mainly on competition and technology issues. Prior to this Javier served as the FT's Private Equity Correspondent. Before joining the FT, he was the Daily Telegraph's Education Editor, as well as a multimedia reporter for the Wall Street Journal in London. Prior to joining the Wall Street Journal, he worked at the Observer newspaper. He studied journalism at City University. He is also a political economist, having completed a second Master's degree at King's College, London.

Presented by (1)

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT has a record paying readership of one million, three-quarters of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.

In association with (1)

With offices in 157 countries and more than 276,000 people, we are among the leading professional services networks in the world. We help organisations and individuals create the value they’re looking for, by delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. Some facts about PwC:

  • In FY19, PwC firms provided services to 85% of the Global Fortune 500 companies and more than 100,000 entrepreneurial and private businesses.
  • 69,734 people joined PwC firms around the world in FY19
  • For the year ending 30 June 2019, PwC’s gross revenues were US$42.4 billion.

Venue

Hilton Amsterdam
Apollolaan 138
1077 BG Amsterdam
Amsterdam

Netherlands

Tel: +31 20 710 6000
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