The lack of opportunity for organic growth in a generally low-growth environment, transformational developments in technology and the need to acquire new technology to stay ahead of competition are some of current trends affecting Norwegian based companies and can been seen as drivers for the high deal activity in the Norwegian M&A market.
What are the most common types of private equity transactions in Norway? What is the current state of the market for these transactions? Is there any changes in the types of private equity transactions being implemented in the last two to three years?
Are you interested in the recent legal developments, proposed or expected changes, and trends that may have a bearing on how M&A transactions will be structured in the future under Norwegian Law?
Ole K. Aabø-Evensen of Aabø-Evensen & Co law firm in Oslo looks into the key topics including regulatory fields, M&A markets, significant transactions and industry sectors, developments and the year ahead in the latest released and seventh edition of the Global Legal Insights: Mergers & Acquisitions, Norway Chapter.
The Global Legal Insights series provides essential insights into the current legal issues, providing readers with expert analysis of legal, economic and policy developments through the eyes of the world's leading lawyers.
Ole K. Aabø-Evensen and Gard Skogstrøm of Aabø-Evensen & Co contribute with the chapter that covers Norwegian law in the 12th edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Mergers & Acquisitions 2018.
The chapter is designed to provide you with an overview of key issues affecting mergers and acquisitions, particularly from the perspective of a multi-jurisdictional transaction. It provides a broad overview of common issues on M&A in Norway.
If you'd like a printed copy of this publication, please send an e-mail to Julia V. Burns at email@example.com
This country-specific Q&A gives an overview of mergers and acquisition law, the transaction environment and process as well as any special situations that may occur in Norway.
It also covers market sectors, regulatory authorities, due diligence, deal protection, public disclosure, governing law, director duties and key influencing factors influencing M&A activity over the next two years.