Mergers & Acquisitions Yearbook 2001

  • Asia

  • About the authors

  • Market Introduction: Schemes of arrangement

    An alternative route to takeovers in Hong Kong By Nicholas Norris Simmons & Simmons, Hong Kong

  • M&A in Asia

    An overview of the telecoms sector By Paul Westover, Askandar Samad and Tom Deegan of Denton Wilde Sapte, Hong Kong

  • Australia

    An overview of mergers & acquisitions law and practice By David Brewster and Rachel Launders of Gilbert & Tobin, Sydney

  • China

    Cross-border mergers and acquisitions in the PRC By Virginia Chan of Lovells, Hong Kong

  • Hong Kong

    By Navin Aggarwal and Lorraine Loh of Preston Gates & Ellis, Hong Kong

  • India

    Legal and tax issues in cross border M&As By Deanne D’Souza-Monie and Sandeep Farias of Nishith Desai Associates, Mumbai

  • Indonesia

    M&A and Corporate Governance By Kartini Muljadi SH of Kartini Muljadi & Rekan, Jakarta

  • Japan

    Getting the institutional framework right at last By Dean A Yoost and Ross Kerley, PricewaterhouseCoopers in Tokyo

  • Korea

    By Sai Ree Yun and Hee Chul Kang of Woo Yun Kang Jeong & Han, Seoul

  • New Zealand

    By Robert McLean and Stephen Ward of Simpson Grierson, Auckland

  • Philippines

    By Rocky Reyes of SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan, Manila

  • Singapore

    Lee Suet-Fern of Shearman & Sterling Stamford, Singapore.

  • Taiwan

    Mergers and acquisitions activity: a sectoral overview By William Bryson, Jack Huang, William Hsu, John Kao of Jones Day Reavis & Pogue, Taiwan

  • Europe

  • About the authors

  • European Union

    By Izzet Sinan of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Brussels

  • Finland

    Andreas Doepel and Nina Wilkman of Borenius & Kemppinen, Helsinki

  • Germany

    The new German Takeover Act By Klaus Riehmer and Oliver Schröder of Haarmann, Hemmelrath & Partner, Frankfurt am Main

  • Hungary

    Regulatory Environment in the year 2000 By Bela Déri of Déri & Lovrecz, the associated law firm of KPMG in Hungary, Budapest

  • Ireland

    Mergers and acquisitions – regulatory developments By Justin McKenna, Marco Hickey and Siobhan Buckley of LK Shields Solicitors, Dublin

  • Italy

    LBO: an economic tool or an economic crime? By Maurizio Bernardi, BBLP Pavia e Ansaldo, Milan, Rome, Padua, Turin and Bologna

  • The Netherlands

    By Ewout Stumphius, Loyens & Loeff, Rotterdam

  • Norway

    By Even Bratsberg of Thommessen Krefting Greve Lund, London

  • Poland

    Reform of the corporate law Boguslaw Ptak of Wierzbowski & Szubielska, Warsaw, a member of Landwell

  • Portugal

    By Miguel Teixeira de Abreu of Abreu, Cardigos & Associados, Lisbon

  • Romania

    What should be taken into account? By Catalin Baiculescu and Stefan Damian of Musat & Asociatii, Bucharest

  • Sweden

    Public offers By Carl-Olof Bouveng and Robert Hansson of Advokatfirman Lindahl, Stockholm

  • Switzerland

    By Dr Oliver Triebold and Dr Thomas Kindler of Schellenberg Wittmer, Zurich

  • United Kingdom

    M&A activity in the UK Nigel Boardman and Stephen Cooke Slaughter and May, London

  • Americas

  • About the authors

  • Brazil

    By Adriano Chaves and Daniel V de Azevedo Barros of Goulart Penteado, Iervolino e Lefosse - Advogados, São Paulo

  • Canada

    By the M&A practice group of Smith Lyons LLP, Toronto

  • Chile

    Mergers and acquisitions of companies By Juan Eduardo Palma and Juan Paulo Ovalle Irarrazaval, Vial y Palma Abogados, Santiago

  • Mexico

    By Manuel Solano, Terri Grosselin and Mario Prats of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mexico City

  • United States

    Compliance with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act — Avoiding pitfalls and penalties By Ronan P Harty of Davis Polk & Wardwell, New York