Mergers and Acquisitions Basics
All You Need To KnowBy
- Donald DePamphilis, Dr. DePamphilis has managed more than 30 acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures. He holds a Harvard a Ph.D. in economics and is Clinical Professor of Finance at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA, USA
This book provides a "macro" overview of mergers and acquisitions, business alliances, and corporate restructuring. It concentrates on the processes and their players--investment bankers, business brokers, accountants, attorneys, tax experts, managers, investors, and others--and a dynamic series of actions with often-unforeseen implications. Writtten for those who seek a broadly-based view of M and A, this heavily illustrated mix of theoretical and empirical work eschews descriptions of individual events in favor of presenting an integrated portrait of a team effort in which the skills of various participants combine to achieve consensus among the parties to the negotiation..
Students and professionals around the world who are studying or working in mergers and acquisitions. The book is especially useful for readers who seek material that lies between intensive and superficial coverage of these subjects. It requires only passing acquaintance with finance, economics, business law, and accounting.
Paperback, 304 Pages
Published: September 2010
Imprint: Academic Press
1: Introduction to Mergers and Acquisitions
2: What History Tells Us about M and A Performance
3: Developing Takeover Strategies and the Impact on Corporate Governance4: Common Takeover Defenses
5: Key Players in Mergers and Acquisitions6: Developing the Business Plan as the Initial Phase of the Merger and Acquisition Process
7: The Role of the Acquisition Plan, Finding a Target, and Making First Contact8: The Negotiation through Closing Phases
9: Financing Transactions10: M and A Post-Merger Integration