Boost for deal contingent hedging as M&As face waiting game

With M&As subject to regulatory delays, banks see renewed demand for deal contingent hedging

During the pandemic, we’ve all been forced to wait longer. We had to wait outside shops as they limited the numbers of people allowed in. We had to wait for cinemas, theatres and nightclubs to reopen. And even with the easing of restrictions, supply chain disruption means we still have to wait longer than usual for the goods we’ve ordered to reach our homes.

Over the past couple of years, mergers and acquisitions in the US have been going through their own waiting game. While it used to take

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