Lawyer: European M&A Could Rise Despite Risks

June 13 (Bloomberg Law) -- Guy Norman, acting global head of mergers and acquisitions at Clifford Chance, tells Bloomberg's Sarah Kopit that the prospects for M&A activity in Europe are slowly beginning to improve. Citing a recent Clifford Chance survey, Norman says that Europe is now seen as a favorable M&A destination for investors, second only to the Asia-Pacific region. Still, Norman points out that the economic picture in Europe is unstable and that the prolonged uncertainty could slow deal growth.

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40:32 - Frederick Lane, managing partner at Lane Generational of Raymond James, discusses the problems at Deutsche Bank, his current investment strategy, and the attractiveness of the U.S. equity market. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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