fin444 | undergraduate
Mergers, Acquisitions, And Corporate Restructuring
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Analyzing and Negotiating M&A’s Deals
- Compare and contrast valuation criteria and techniques.
- Analyze negotiation and bidding process of mergers and acquisitions.
- Evaluate the sources and instruments for financing M&A’s.
- Describe search and screening processes for mergers and acquisitions.
Evaluating the Effects of M&A’s on Corporate Value
- Evaluate pre and post merger activities.
- Assess human and cultural aspects of M&A’s.
- Analyze the accounting, tax, and legal effects on M&A’s.
Business Failure and Corporate Restructuring
- Compare and contrast the reasons and types of M&A failures.
- Compare and contrast the various forms of corporate restructuring.
- Analyze the risks associated with M&A’s strategy.
- Recommend contingency plans for successful M&A’s.
Examination of Contemporary and Critical Issues
- Analyze the impact of corporate governance and ethical consideration on M&A’s.
Overview of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A’s) and Corporate Restructuring
- Define mergers and acquisitions terminology.
- Explain the rationale for M&A’s and corporate restructurin.
- Examine the trends, statistics, examples of mergers and acquisitions.
- Compare and contrast different types of M&A’s strategies.
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