November 29, 2017 to December 1, 2017
Wednesday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Explore the key components of an M&A transaction—environment, process, valuation, accounting, tax, and legal—by continually emphasizing a financial perspective that keeps shareholder value firmly in mind.

This course is designed for:

This program is designed for senior managers whose current or future duties include the merger/acquisition and strategic alliance decisions and activities of the firm:

  • CEOs, CFOs, COOs
  • Division nad busineiss unit heads
  • Executives in finance, strategy, law, and business development

Course overview:

Firms operating in today's challenging business climate continue to see significant merger and acquisition activity, regardless of whether they are large multi-national corporations or smaller private and regional companies. Now, more than ever, senior managers who are responsible for evaluating M&A initiatives must be able to utilize the full range of analytical tools available to them. 

  • Identify critical steps of the M&A process from identifying potential acquisitions through valuation and the completion of the deal
  • Provide a reliable, flexible framework for analyzing, valuing, and executing mergers and acquisitions that is consistent with the organization's objective of creating shareholder value
  • Understand the M&A process from both a buyer's and seller's perspective

Learning outcomes:

  • Identify current trends, developments, legal implications, and valuation technologies associated with merger and acquisition activities
  • Develop practical tools and techniques that your organization can implement immediately