Mergers and Acquisitions - Concepts & Theories
This program provides a comprehensive overview of the major facets of the industry and the skills engaged in executing transactions. The anatomy of a deal from inception to post-merger integration is covered. The workshop addresses theories underlying M&A, domestic and global transactions, as well as key legal and accounting issues. The program is designed to provide executives and professionals with an understanding of basic M&A principles and analysis grounded in the context of current market dynamics.
"Outstanding depth of knowledge from instructor"
"The practicality of this course makes it unique, as you can literally apply what you have learned in a real M&A scenario"
"The instructor surpassed expectations of this course by giving us insights as to how M&A's are done in the real world"
Financial analysts/managers, bankers, strategic planning professionals, financial decision-makers in corporations, corporate finance lawyers, corporate finance accountants, financial management consultants, market regulators and professionals interested in the nuts-and-bolts aspects of M&A analysis and valuation.
Upon completion of this module the learner will be able to:
- Recognize the common motivations for acquisitions and the reasons many are unsuccessful.
- Identify the methods of structuring a business acquisition .
- Evaluate the intrinsic and relative valuation methods for target companies.
- Follow the sequence of events of a typical transaction.
- Examine the structure used in financing M&A transactions.
Mergers and Acquisitions Overview
Key Drivers of a Successful Acquisition
Attractiveness of Target Companies
Sequence of Events
Documentation and Agreements
Managing for Value Creation
How Does the Integration Process Affect Value Creation?
Financing the Acquisition
CPE Credits 14
No advance preparation required.
Attendees should have a proficient knowledge of financial analysis.