Mergers and Acquisitions

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John Wiley & Sons, 1994. gada 31. marts - 364 lappuses
The economic climate, new regulations and developments both here and abroad have totally changed the face of today's mergers and acquisitions. Completely rewritten and updated, it examines realistic strategies and goals for the 1990s that must be addressed in order to achieve a successful acquisition program. Includes coverage of the post-acquisition process, chapters on restructuring financially troubled companies, and unique strategies that apply to niche acquisitions. It also features new material on international mergers, the pros and cons of partial buy-ins, cross-border alliances, financing options and covers issues (strategic, legal, financial and regulatory) that can affect a deal of any size.

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ACQUISITION PLANNING AND STRATEGY
1
Valuing the Potential Acquisition
39
Acquiring Troubled Companies
69
FINANCING ALTERNATIVES
79
Bank Financing
93
Mezzanine Financing
109
LEGAL AND REGULATORY ISSUES
115
Acquiring a Public Company
141
ACCOUNTING AND TAX CONSIDERATIONS
185
Federal Income Tax Considerations
197
INTEGRATION AFTER THE ACQUISITION
213
Culture
229
Employee Compensation and Benefits
247
CROSSBORDER TRANSACTIONS
263
Due Diligence
293
Strategic Partnerships and Corporate Venture Investments
307

Securities Laws and Other Regulations
159
Antitrust Considerations
171

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About the editors

BRIAN J. MILLER is the National Director of Ernst & Young Corporate Finance in New York. After nine years in commercial banking, Mr. Miller joined Ernst & Young in 1987, focusing on divestitures, recapitalizations, and cross-border transactions.

ERNST & YOUNG’s corporate finance professionals act as financial advisors on middle market mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, recapitalization, restructuring, leveraged buyouts, and debt and/or equity financings. Through Ernst & Young International, the firm has over 350 dedicated corporate finance professionals in 27 countries.

Ernst & Young is the leading international professional services firm, with 64,000 people in more than 600 cities in over 100 countries, including over 20,000 in more than 100 U.S. cities.

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