Dealreporter’s Brandon Hamilton on BBC World News

23 February, 2017.

Dealreporter’s RiskArb News Editor, Brandon Hamilton, spoke to BBC World News on the Kraft/Unilever deal and discussed the diversification of the organisations into new products and geographies. Click here to download the full video clip.

Mergermarket Group on CNBC

16 January, 2017.

Mergermarket Group’s Dealreporter consumer and retail reporter, Deane McRobie, discusses the latest deal between eyewear maker Luxottica and lens company Essilor on CNBC. Click here to watch the video.

Dealreporter on CNBC

13 December, 2016.

Dealreporter’s Deputy Global Editor, Lucinda Guthrie, takes a look at how M&A has performed in 2016, and where M&A activity is heading in the future. Click here for the video.

Dealreporter on BBC

07 December, 2016.

Dealreporter’s Samantha Tomaszczyk spoke to the BBC about the regulatory path AT&T and Time Warner face in the US ahead of their merger. Click here to view the video.    

LSE/Deutsche Boerse: talk of CME bid for LCH SA dubbed premature

02 December, 2016.

2 December 2016 — Parties involved in London Stock Exchange’s [LON:LSE] sale of France-based clearing house LCH SA consider talk of CME Group’s [NASDAQ:CME] involvement as a front-running bidder for the asset to be premature, two sources familiar with the matter have told this news service. The Sunday Times reported on 27 November that CME…

Dealreporter on CNBC

25 November, 2016.

Dealreporter Europe Assistant Editor Alex Tarrant talks to CNBC about a report that Swiss pharmaceutical company Actelion was approached by Johnson & Johnson. Click here to view the video.

Dealreporter on CNBC Squawkbox

25 October, 2016.

Dealreporter chemicals sector specialist Myriam Balezou talks to CNBC about Syngenta’s announcement that merger control reviews for its deal with ChemChina are likely to extend into 2017. Click here to view the video.

Dealreporter on CNBC

24 October, 2016.

Dealreporter Assistant Editor Alex Tarrant discusses AT&T/Time Warner on CNBC. Alex talks about how the companies are highlighting the vertical aspect of the tie-up, amid concerns US regulators and politicians might move to block the deal. Click here to view the full video.  

China outbound deals facing no respite from SAFE scrutiny, advisors say

05 October, 2016.

5 October 2016 – China’s forex regulator is showing no signs of relaxing its scrutiny of outbound transactions, said three legal advisory sources close to M&A deals that require the regulator’s clearance. If anything, the evidence suggests the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) approval process has become more stringent, two of them added. While…

Dealreporter on Share Radio

05 October, 2016.

Dealreporter Deputy Editor, John West speaks to Rita Lobo about what the future holds for Deutsche Bank.