NEW YORK, Aug. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today The Deal, a business unit of TheStreet (NASDAQ: TST), announced the details of its annual forecasting conference, The Deal Economy Event: Predictions & Perspectives for 2017. Held on December 1st at JW Marriott Essex House, the invitation-only event will gather some of the most influential members in the deal community for a series of discussions on key trends and issues that will confront dealmakers in 2017. A live stream of the discussions will be available for general audiences via broadcast on TheDeal.com.
"After a year of rapid-fire political and economic developments, The Deal Economy Event offers a venue for dealmakers and advisers to take stock of where we've been, and – more important – chart where we're going," said Michael Crosby, President of The Deal. "The terrain for mergers and acquisitions is shifting dramatically in both the U.S. and Europe, while Asia continues to offer a difficult mix of opportunity tinged with risk. We're convening at a critical time and the discussions will cover a myriad pressing issues."
Sessions will include the following:
- "Sense of the Markets: Outlook for the Global Capital Markets and Transactional Activity": A discussion of how seismic events, like the Brexit vote, will alter the dealmaking environment around the world.
- "Beyond the Election: Regulatory Outlook for Corporate America and Wall Street": A forum for an exchange of ideas about how the new administration and Congress might alter the legal and regulatory framework for mergers and acquisitions.
- "Private Equity: Industries for Global Growth Investors in 2017": Participants will identify the sectors that hold out the greatest prospects for gains over the next 12 months.
As always, TheStreet.com founder Jim Cramer will offer his unique perspective on M&A. Additional participants include: Brett C. Bauer, Berry Plastics Corporation; Marc Brown, Microsoft Corp.; William M. Casey, EY; Chip Chaikin, Blue Point Capital Partners; Vladimir Colas, Ardian US; James D. Epstein, Pepper Hamilton LLP; Jonathan Korngold, General Atlantic LLC; Anne T. Madden, Honeywell International Inc.; Dr. Dambisa Moyo, Global Economist & Author; Chief Justice Leo E. Strine, Jr., Delaware Supreme Court.
The event is co-hosted by EY with title underwriter Pepper Hamilton LLP. Program underwriters for The Deal Economy Event include McKinsey & Company, Morrison Foerster LLP and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer along with supporting underwriter RR Donnelley Venue.
Follow @TheDealNewsroom for updates on the event and use hashtag #dealeconomy to join the conversation.
For press tickets to The Deal Economy Event, please contact Nicole Harris (212.321.5567; firstname.lastname@example.org). For information on how your organization can underwrite the event, please contact Emily Newman at 212.321.5565 (email@example.com).
About The Deal
The Deal is a media and technology company providing over 100,000 users with actionable ideas from its two services - The Deal & BoardEx. Law firms, investment banks, private equity firms and hedge funds use The Deal service to find their next deal and BoardEx to connect the dots between their organizations and clients. The Deal is a business unit of TheStreet, Inc. and has offices in New York, London, Washington, D.C., Petaluma, CA and Chennai, India. For more information, visit www.thedeal.com.
Contact: Nicole Harris. 212.321.5567, Nicole.Harris at thestreet.com
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