ESG

A close look at new and upcoming ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) policies, regulation, and litigation to help investors assess the ethical status of a potential M&A target and reduce their regulatory risk

Environmental benefits increasingly playing a role in outcome of EU merger control reviews

European antitrust authorities appear to assess more favourably mergers that are environmentally beneficial, despite potential negative impact on competition, two EU competition lawyers have told Equity Report. “It’s probably fair to say that [env… To

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‘The ESG framework should focus on improvements from corporate transformations, rather than a company’s current scores.’

In this one-to-one with Equity Report, Ludger Hentschel, founding partner at New York-based alternative investment boutique Versor Investments, which invests in announced merger deals across the US, Canada, UK, and Europe, shares his views on

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Valeria Camerino

Valeria is a seasoned business and financial journalist with fifteen years of industry experience.

Before launching Equity Report in October 2022, Valeria was European Editor for US-based financial news service CTFN, where she spent seven years reporting on event-driven situations, breaking news stories on complex financial and regulatory issues across several jurisdictions, from Europe and Africa to China, India, Brazil, and Australia.

Prior to that, she was Senior Reporter at TelecomFinance, Middle East correspondent, and later Southern Europe correspondent at Mergermarket (currently ION), and held a number of editorial positions with Dubai and London-based b2b publications.

She holds a BA (Hons) in Languages and Public Relations from Leeds Beckett University and an MA in International Journalism from University of Central Lancashire.