The C$3.5 billion agreed take-private of CCS Income Trust, an oil-and-gas company, continues a trend triggered by an impending change in Canada’s tax laws.
Private equity dominated discussions in the US this week, as high-ranking government officials, superstar investors and senior executives commented on the building tax controversy confronting the industry, as well as the longevity of the so-called buyout boom.
The C$3.5 billion agreed take-private of CCS Income Trust, an oil-and-gas company, continues a trend triggered by an impending change in Canada’s tax laws.
Private equity dominated discussions in the US this week, as high-ranking government officials, superstar investors and senior executives commented on the building tax controversy confronting the industry, as well as the longevity of the so-called buyout boom.
The C$3.5 billion agreed take-private of CCS Income Trust, an oil-and-gas company, continues a trend triggered by an impending change in Canada’s tax laws.
Private equity dominated discussions in the US this week, as high-ranking government officials, superstar investors and senior executives commented on the building tax controversy confronting the industry, as well as the longevity of the so-called buyout boom.
The energy at Library House’s Essential Web Forum this week in London reflected the excitement UK entrepreneurs and VCs are feeling following the Last.fm sale. But will web 2.0 solve its monetisation conundrum? Dave Keating reports.
The energy at Library House’s Essential Web Forum this week in London reflected the excitement UK entrepreneurs and VCs are feeling following the Last.fm sale. But will web 2.0 solve its monetisation conundrum? Dave Keating reports.
The energy at Library House’s Essential Web Forum this week in London reflected the excitement UK entrepreneurs and VCs are feeling following the Last.fm sale. But will web 2.0 solve its monetisation conundrum? Dave Keating reports.
Joseph Blum, a senior project finance lawyer with substantial experience of advising oil and gas companies, has joined Global Infrastructure Partners as private equity’s interest in the sector shows no sign of drying up.
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