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  • Brexit deal chance lights up UK cap market hopes

    Brexit deal chance lights up UK cap market hopes

    A surprise agreement between the UK government and the European Union has led to renewed optimism for the country's capital markets. There is hope that an orderly Brexit, or even a long extension, will lead to an increase in investment from UK companies, particularly in the form of M&A. Investors are more than willing to finance these deals, write Sam Kerr, Jasper Cox and Mike Turner.

  • Brexit deal would be rocket fuel for UK equities

    Brexit deal would be rocket fuel for UK equities

    The astonishing rally in UK domestic equities in the past week as a Brexit deal with the EU started to look more likely showed how important an orderly exit from the bloc is to the market. If there is more progress towards a deal this week, the little loved sector could be primed for a resurgence in capital markets.

  • 3iN shrugs off Brexit vol to bag strong support for £222.8m trade

    3iN shrugs off Brexit vol to bag strong support for £222.8m trade

    Infrastructure investment business 3i Infrastructure (3iN), which is controlled by private equity firm 3i Group, managed to buck Brexit volatility and place 81m new shares into the market, to fund the pay down of a revolving credit facility linked to acquisition financing.

  • Cellnex fuels £2bn Arqiva deal with rights issue

    Cellnex fuels £2bn Arqiva deal with rights issue

    Cellnex, the Spanish wireless telecommunications company, has agreed a deal to acquire the telecoms division of Arqiva for £2bn and is undertaking a €2.5bn rights issue to help fund the transaction.

  • Linde makes investment in UK hydrogen firm ITM

    Linde makes investment in UK hydrogen firm ITM

    Linde, the multinational industrial gas company, is making a strategic equity investment in ITM Power, the UK hydrogen machine manufacturer, as part of a fundraising plan worth up to £58.2m.

  • Nazarbayev’s daughter sells 10% of Halyk Bank

    Nazarbayev’s daughter sells 10% of Halyk Bank

    Holding Group Almex, the investment vehicle owned by Dinara Kulibaeva and her husband Timur Kulibayev, closed books on a 10% stake in Halyk Bank on Thursday, sold via a marketed sale of global depositary receipts in London and Astana.

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