Jonathan Braude

Jonathan Braude is a senior writer in The Deal's London bureau, where he covers M&A and private equity across the U.K. and Europe. He also provides early morning European markets coverage for TheStreet. Prior to joining The Deal, Braude was a writer, political reporter and columnist for the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong and, before that, worked in Brussels, covering the European Union and NATO. He has written for a number of print and broadcasting outlets including the BBC, The Times of London and Jane's Defense Weekly. Braude speaks German, French and Hebrew and reads Spanish and Dutch.

Recent Articles By The Author

RBS Stock Extends Declines After U.K. Official Warns of Potential $12 Billion DoJ Fine

RBS Stock Extends Declines After U.K. Official Warns of Potential $12 Billion DoJ Fine

Britain's majority state-owned bank faces a fine of anywhere between $5 billion and $12 billion, according to official in charge of the government's bank bailout holdings.

Perrigo Takes Waterland to Arbitration Over Omega Pharma Acquisition

Perrigo Takes Waterland to Arbitration Over Omega Pharma Acquisition

Perrigo takes a third-quarter writedown of $1.67 billion on its Belgian purchase of two years ago, and will take the private equity firm and Omega's founder to arbitration court.

Cavendish Corporate Finance Chief Leigh says Trump Victory Could Boost U.K. M&A

Cavendish Corporate Finance Chief Leigh says Trump Victory Could Boost U.K. M&A

Howard Leigh, head of U.K. M&A boutique Cavendish Corporate Finance, says Trump could do a trade deal with Britain and 'propel' U.S. companies to make acquisitions in the U.K.

European Auto Stocks Head for Car Crash on Trump Victory

European Auto Stocks Head for Car Crash on Trump Victory

With Trump victory, the threat of U.S. protectionism looms over world exports.

Bank of England Lightens Up on Too-Big-To-Fail Buffers

Bank of England Lightens Up on Too-Big-To-Fail Buffers

The U.K. central bank yields to pressure and gives banks an extra two years to build up the full regulatory buffers required to prevent taxpayer bailouts.