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Mergers and Acquisitions For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-07700-9
360 pages
May 2011
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Part I: Mergers & Acquisitions 101.

Chapter 1: The Building Blocks of Mergers and Acquisitions.

Chapter 2: Getting Ready to Buy or Sell a Company.

Chapter 3: Previewing the Generally Accepted M&A Process.

Part II: Taking the First Steps to Buy or Sell a Company.

Chapter 4: Financing M&A Deals.

Chapter 5: With a Little Help from Your Friends: Working with M&A Advisors.

Chapter 6: Finding and Contacting Buyers or Sellers.

Part III: Starting the Deal on the Right Foot.

Chapter 7: Assuring Confi dentiality.

Chapter 8: Creating and Reviewing an Offering Document.

Chapter 9: Properly Expressing Interest in Doing a Deal.

Chapter 10: Ensuring Successful First Meetings between Buyer and Seller.

Part IV: Firming Up the Deal.

Chapter 11: An Insider’s Guide to M&A Negotiating.

Chapter 12: Crunching the Numbers: Establishing Valuation and Selling Price.

Chapter 13: LOI and Behold: Making or Receiving an Offer.

Chapter 14: Confi rming Everything! Doing Due Diligence.

Chapter 15: Documenting the Final Deal: The Purchase Agreement.

Part V: Closing the Deal . . . and Beyond!

Chapter 16: Knowing What to Expect on Closing Day.

Chapter 17: Handling Post-Closing Announcements and Adjustments.

Chapter 18: Come Together: Integrating Buyer and Seller.

Part VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 19: Ten Considerations Prior to Signing an LOI.

Chapter 20: Ten Major M&A Errors and How to Avoid Them.

Chapter 21: Ten Possible Ways to Solve Valuation Differences.



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