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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Mergers & Acquisitions: A Practical Guide for Private Companies and their UK and Overseas Advisers

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Edited by: Jonathan Reuvid

ISBN13: 9780749452698
Published: July 2008
Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Mergers & Acquisitions provides private companies and their advisors with a full and detailed understanding of the effective management of an M&A project, including pre-funding negotiations, professional advisors, tax and accountancy issues, and shareholders' and directors' considerations.

Mergers & Acquisitions provides a detailed explanation of the options if you are considering merging with or acquiring another business, and the procedures involved - including pre-funding negotiations, the use of professional advisors, identifying partners and conclusion of contracts. Written by leading players in the field, the book explores the strategic issues and challenges you may face, while placing particular emphasis on the legal, taxation and financial implications.

For any dynamic business, expansion and growth and key factors in building future profits. But such strategies - whether through global expansion, the development of key alliances or the acquisition of vital intellectual property - can carry major risks, and while the benefits of acquiring a new company or merging with another can be extensive, the time and cost constraints of doing so can be major stumbling blocks.