M&A Activity on the Increase

cable_and_wireless-webGood GOSH Man! De last few days have seen nuff M&A activity hitting close to home – Ambev or Ansa for Banks, a question of the lesser of two evils? – and it seems like we aint dun yet!

With the M&A of Flow/[…]Columbus/CWC/LIME/

Whatever still fresh in our collective short term memories (remember we Bajans forget easily)  it now seems that CWC itself may be a take-over target for the Liberty Global group.

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82 Comments on “M&A Activity on the Increase”

  1. de Ingrunt Word October 28, 2015 at 7:36 PM #

    @Atrue, you got your $6. Are you finally going to sell or r u waiting for another round! lol

    @David, not trying to start any bassa-fight but is there a viable reason that the most insightful and detailed reporting on the BHL matter since the 2010 shareholders meeting has been done by Pat Hoyos…who just happens to be ‘white’?

    Maybe there were articles by others and I only noticed his due to them being highlighted here but he has been laser light powerful with his analysis on this issue.


  2. Atrue Freeman October 28, 2015 at 7:47 PM #

    I’m just sitting here watching the wheels go round and round,
    I really love to watch them roll,


  3. David October 28, 2015 at 11:08 PM #

    There is a dearth of talent in the media and specifically in the financial arena. Whether Hoyos, a high brown has something to do with it?


  4. Atrue Freeman October 29, 2015 at 5:34 AM #

    Minister Sinckler, a lot of BHL money will soon be available – a good time to start your privatization program.


  5. Does this warrant a lawsuit against the BHL directors? October 29, 2015 at 8:04 PM #



  6. Bush Tea October 29, 2015 at 9:23 PM #

    It seems that BHL is being driven to its true value DESPITE the determined efforts of its directors to let it be sold off cheaply… These things make a bushman go hmmmmmm!!

    One wonders what BS&T, BNB and BL&P would have been valued at / sold for …if THEIR directors actually had balls and worked to maximise shareholder value. instead of in the buyers’ interests..?


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