Corporate Finance Advisory comprises a team of experts who work together to serve clients on a broad range of corporate finance issues and structured solutions.
Currency movements have numerous corporate finance implications. In light of continued USD strength, we provide a roadmap to help manage your foreign exchange exposure.Download Report Who’s Worrying About FX?
Given the potential for “shocks” in many sectors, we examine the insights to be gained from the tools energy firms have relied on to withstand downturns.Download Report about Here We Go Again… Financial Policies in Volatile Environments
We explore activism’s likely expansion and the tactics of these investors, and explain how to balance the external pressure with the internal desire to boost shareholder value.Download Report about Understanding and Navigating a New World of Heightened Investor Scrutiny
In the new publication from our Corporate Finance Advisory group, we provide a framework for capital structure communication, and explore the pros and cons of various strategies.Download Report about Learning From Firms' Capital Structure Communication
Despite only small cost of capital variations through the cycle, corporate hurdle rates remain high, potentially leading to lower growth and riskier profiles.Download Report about Bridging the Gap Between Interest Rates and Investments
In today’s unique debt market, a global U.S. firm can lower its risk and at the same time improve its EPS by issuing EUR debt.Download Report about Lowering Risk and Saving Money? A Roadmap for Foreign Currency Debt Issuance
An aggregate U.S. strategic M&A deficit during the post-crisis period could produce a doubling of volume in 2014.Download Report about 2014 M&A Horoscope: The Stars Are Aligned to Bridge the $2 trillion M&A Deficit