Nokia makes call before M&A market heats up

European loans bankers are looking forward to several potential new M&A deals hitting the markets over the next month, as financing discussions in several situations step up a gear before the traditionally quiet August period.

  • By Nina Flitman
  • 18 Jul 2013

Alongside the transaction supporting Nokia’s takeover of Nokia Siemens Networks and the newly launched deal from South African drugs firm Aspen (see separate story in this section), market participants predict that there could be more deals in the market in the coming few weeks. 

“With the number of deals ...

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