Bloomberg Law 2023: Transactional
Understand the forces shaping key areas of interest, from state-level crypto enforcement and shifting M&A trends to supply chain and cross-border trade challenges.
2023 M&A Market May Reveal A Return to Pre-2021 Levels
As we approach 2023, the mergers and acquisitions market continues to be described as “slow” and “uncertain,” and those trends are likely to continue into the new year.
As Down Rounds Loom, VC-Backed Companies Have Options
Venture-backed companies are feeling the negative knock-on effects of the uncertainty plaguing equity markets—which is expected to last well into 2023—on their own valuations.
Crypto Enforcement Gears Up as the States Set the Pace
The Securities and Exchange Commission intends to become “the primary cryptocurrency cop.” State securities regulators, on the other hand, have already been active in policing cryptocurrency-related products without depending on tokens being securities.
From War to Weather—2023’s Top Supply-Chain Disruptors
Supply chains, tested to their limits in the last few years, will need to continue to increase their flexibility. As the pandemic fades, other factors are likely to take its place including war, extreme weather, the threat of global recession, and politics.
How the US Is Using Trade Rules for Non-Trade Reasons
The US government is developing new rules and enforcing existing ones that further its environmental protection, human rights, and national security objectives by regulating the trade in goods.
Private Equity Can Slow Down, But It Can’t Stop
Although private equity deal activity has slowed considerably in 2022, the PE wheel will keep spinning in 2023, in part with the help of $1 trillion in unspent capital the industry has available to invest.
Bloomberg Law 2023
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