Daily Archives: December 3, 2012

Companies in this sector have been far from reticent this year with dealmaking despite difficult market conditions. Anousha Sakoui, the FT’s M&A correspondent, travels to San Francisco to find out how the fallout from this year’s Facebook initial public offering is affecting US dealmaking. She talks to Anthony Armstrong, co-head of Americas M&A at Credit Suisse and is joined in the studio back in London by Jonathan Stankler, head of European technology M&A at KPMG.

 

The announcement that Mark Carney will take over as the governor of the Bank of England next year came as a surprise to many. But what does the market think of his appointment and will he change his executive team? Also discussed are the latest developments in the libor scandal as Deutsche Bank provisions for a potential settlement, and concerns from the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi’s chief executive over the state of Japanese government bond investments

 

The announcement that Mark Carney will take over as the governor of the Bank of England next year came as a surprise to many. But what does the market think of his appointment and will he change his executive team? Also discussed are the latest developments in the libor scandal as Deutsche Bank provisions for a potential settlement, and concerns from the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi’s chief executive over the state of Japanese government bond investments