Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012 2 p.m. EST
The uncertainty of dealmaking in the U.S. and around the world over the last few years is undeniable. Banks have been overly cautious to lend, strategics have been holding on to cash, and the public markets have been helter-skelter. What lies ahead for 2013? Will the outcome of the U.S. presidential election and debt policies in Europe ignite the dealmaking economy or will we see more of the same? Follow the top voices in M&A, private equity, restructuring, venture capital and law at The Deal Economy 2013 as they gather at the New York Stock Exchange and give their prognosis for dealmaking for the next year. These experts will also analyze the trends and highlights of transactions over 2012.
The Deal LLC
Senior writer David Marcus focuses on legal issues raised by corporate transactions. David writes about the structure of merger agreements, Delaware law cases and developments, and cross-border M&A. He also regularly writes profiles of M&A lawyers and bankers.
David has been a reporter at The Deal LLC since its launch in 1999. He has also been the senior writer on Corporate Control Alert--The Deal's journal of legal and financial trends in dealmaking--since 1997.