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Although EU competition authorities have traditionally been perceived as tougher than their US counterparts, the dynamic has switched under Biden
US regulatory agencies are widely expected to stick to their agendas but will be subject to closer scrutiny under a Republican-dominated House
Perceived as a market-friendly bill that uses ‘carrots rather than sticks’, the act provides investors with a 10-year window of certainty that will have a positive domino effect on various parts of the US economy
As both Europe and the US continue to progress on ESG regulation, sources examine what brings together regulators on both sides of the Atlantic, and what sets them apart
Notwithstanding the initial backlash against the SEC’s proposed changes, sources argue that these could benefit SPACs in the long run by weeding out less qualitative deals and making the market more sophisticated
A possible recession on the horizon could drive a new wave of operational activists, unsolicited bids, campaigns targeting existing deals and insurgencies
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