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In-depth coverage of the rapidly evolving foreign direct investment (FDI) review landscape, with a key focus on transactions in strategic sectors, their potential impact on national security interests, and changes to existing regulations

Renesas/Altium merger could be closely scrutinised by Australia’s Foreign Investment Review Board, according to former government adviser

The proposed AUS$8.8bn (US$5.7bn) acquisition of American-Australian printed circuit board (PCB) design provider Altium Limited by Japanese semiconductor maker Renesas Eletronics could be subject to close scrutiny under the Australian foreign direct … To read […]

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Italian government expected to take full control of TIM’s Sparkle while Vivendi lawsuit aims to gain leverage in network sale process

The Italian government is expected to take full control of TIM’s submarine cable unit Sparkle, which has long been considered a strategic asset for the country, a person briefed on the process told Equity Report.

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Covestro management trying to keep options open in discussions with ADNOC, says source with knowledge of the process

German chemicals player Covestro is trying to keep its options open regarding a potential takeover by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), according to a source with knowledge of the process. Commenting on a media

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UK FDI lawyers caution against possible expansions in ongoing FDI screening regime review

UK FDI lawyers are hopeful that the government’s ongoing review of the country’s foreign investment screening framework would lead to greater transparency and certainty over the outcome of the process, while warning against any major

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ADNOC/Covestro discussions “still alive” amidst state ministry’s concerns over fate of Covestro’s sites and employees

Negotiations between German chemicals player Covestro and state-owned energy company Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) are “still alive”, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Equity Report, although clarity around the future

ADNOC/Covestro discussions “still alive” amidst state ministry’s concerns over fate of Covestro’s sites and employees Read More »

TIM’s activist shareholders request meetings with Vivendi and Italian Ministry of Economy to discuss alternative proposal to network sale

The shareholders behind an alternative proposal to the sale of Italian former telecom incumbent TIM’s network have requested meetings with both TIM’s largest shareholder Vivendi as well as Italy’s Minister of Economy and Finance (MEF)

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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.