Mergermarket is pleased to present the fourth edition of M&A in Ukraine, published in association with Aequo. This report provides invaluable insights into key trends in Ukraine’s M&A landscape and an outlook for 2019 and beyond. Key findings include: Deal value for M&A increased dramatically in 2018, up 91% to €1.05 billion. M&A deal volume also increased in 2018 with 59 deals, up 31% on the previous year. Ongoing reforms are driving investor confidence, with simplified regulations, a more flexible LLC regime and additional shareholder.
Digital transformation is fundamentally altering the way most industries do business. And in the sky-high valuation environment that has defined the PE market in recent years, the need to identify innovative and effective investment angles to create value has never been more pressing. Looking ahead, it is the ability of PE firms to develop digitally-led investment theses, carry out effective digital diligence, and deliver on their strategies that will separate the industry’s best and weakest performers in the years to come. To better understand.
Executive pay has become an increasingly contentious issue in the last few years. Compensation has reached record levels since the financial crisis, triggering a backlash from investors and the public alike. With shareholders having more say on this issue than ever before, companies have been forced to reevaluate and in some cases overhaul existing executive pay schemes in response to external pressure. To find out how the executive compensation landscape is evolving, Toppan Merrill commissioned Mergermarket to survey corporate respondents in North.