EuroWeek View: 2011—the year of M&A, or of more dashed dreams?

For the Chinese, 2011 is the year of the rabbit. But European loan bankers hoping that acquisition financing will be the rabbit out of the hat should not get ahead of themselves.

  • 11 Jan 2011
European loan bankers have been telling anyone who will listen about how optimistic they are for the large-scale return of M&A deals in 2011. And after a steady stream of ever more tightly priced refinancings, it's easy to see why they hope for a resurgence of new money ...

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