Roberto Casati and Roberto Bonsignore: A new environment for Italian M&A
An unusually high level of M&A activity in politically-sensitive, highly-regulated sectors in Italy has revived the debate at national and European level on a number of delicate issues for the country. Italy seems to have responded well to these bids, creating the conditions for a flow of significant deals, both inbound and outbound. While that process is certainly not over yet, domestic consolidation may lay the foundations for further cross-border deal flow in the not-too-distant future. The role of the European Commission (EC) will be key in this process.
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