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Q3 2020: The 2020 Deal Awards & Coping with Covid

The Q3 Dealmaker Quarterly features the The Deal’s Large Cap and Middle Market Awards for 2020 and weighs the impact of Covid-19 on the dealmaking world.

Q1 2020: New World, New Rules

The Q1 Dealmaker Quarterly offers readers a deep dive into what the November U.S. presidential election could mean for antitrust, corporate governance, shareholder activism and private equity. The Quarterly also includes profiles of the latest crop of M&A partners at law firms, whom we christen Rising Stars.

Q4 2019: Diversity in Dealmaking

Our Q4 The Dealmaker Quarterly delineates the lack of gender diversity in private equity and profiles the women out to change that. Q4 also features an analysis of how middle-market PE firms are widening the scope of their dealmaking.

Q3 2019: Corporate Governance and The Activism League Tables

Our Q3 The Dealmaker Quarterly delves into the theme of disruption by examining how unicorn IPOs, cannabis and new media are changing industries ranging from finance and advertising to pharmaceuticals. Also featured are an analysis of the latest trends and a Who’s Who in corporate activism.

Q2 2019: Private Equity and The Middle Market Outlook

Our annual awards for the top deals and dealmakers of 2019 are featured in our Q2 The Dealmaker Quarterly along with a scorecard of top PE advisers and an in-depth analysis of how the middle-market landscape for dealmaking is changing.

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News From The Deal

Director Accountability a Top Priority for BlackRock

Holding directors accountable is an important tool in BlackRock's arsenal to impact corporate responsibility, said Ray Cameron, head of investment stewardship for the Americas at the firm, during a keynote interview at The Deal's Corporate Governance 2020 virtual event.

Administration Shift May Produce Greener SEC

Experts were cautiously optimistic during a panel at The Deal's Corporate Governance 2020 virtual event that the SEC could move to form a standardized disclosure ruling on climate change once President-elect Biden is able to appoint an SEC chair.