Management of mergers

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  • "The Management of Mergers and Acquisitions is far away from the perfect, polished presentations of the merchant bankers in which value creation is all too often just the result of a well-executed PowerPoint presentation. Philippe Very takes us into the real world where management is the key word - management of the expected and the unexpected, of rationality and emotions, of processes and people. He combines the expertise of the researcher with live business cases.

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  • "The Management of Mergers and Acquisitions is far away from the perfect, polished presentations of the merchant bankers in which value creation is all too often just the result of a well-executed PowerPoint presentation. Philippe Very takes us into the real world where management is the key word - management of the expected and the unexpected, of rationality and emotions, of processes and people. He combines the expertise of the researcher with live business cases.

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  • The announcement in January of the merger between America Online and Time Warner marked the convergence of the two most important business trends of the last five years: the rise of the Internet and the resurgence of mergers and acquisitions. M&A activity has been at a fever pitch recently, and all signs point to an even further acceleration of deal making, spurred in large part by the breathtaking influx of capital into the Internet space. Many executives will be placing bets on M&A that will put their companies’ futures at stake....

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  • This is the 20th volume of the International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. In keeping with previous volumes in the series we have commissioned chapters on a range of topics at the cutting edge of the industrial,work, and organizational psychology field, from some of the world’s leading researchers. A number of central topics covered in the present volume (e.g.

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  • This chapter describes the corporate finance of mergers and acquisitions. It shows that the acquisition of one firm by another is essentially a capital budgeting decision, and the NPV framework still applies. Tax, legal, and accounting aspects of mergers are discussed along with more recent developments in areas such as takeover defenses.

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  • The Harvard Business Essentials Series The Harvard Business Essentials series is designed to provide comprehensive advice, personal coaching, background information, and guidance on the most relevant topics in business. Drawing on content from Harvard Business School Publishing and other sources, these concise guides are carefully crafted to provide a highly practical resource for readers with all levels of experience.To assure quality and accuracy, each volume is closely reviewed by a specialized content adviser from a world-class business school.

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  • CHAPTER 21 Mergers and Divestitures Types of mergers Merger analysis Role of investment bankers Corporate alliances LBOs, divestitures, and holding companies Why do mergers occur? Synergy: Value of the whole exceeds sum of the parts.

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  • Explain the motivations behind acquisitions and show how they’ve changed over time. Explain why mergers and acquisitions are important vehicles of corporate strategy

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  • My intention in starting this book was to write a second edition of an earlier book I wrote, Consolidated Financial Statements: Concepts, Issues and Techniques (Paul Chapman Publishing, 1987). It soon became apparent that the area had changed so radically in the last eight years that a complete rewrite was necessary, and hence this new book has been born (or rather quarried!).

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  • We assume that every instrument of interest can be assigned a fair value. If the payoff stream of the instrument is ,wedenoteitsfairvalue  Following GAAP accounting rules, we view the fair value as the price at which the instrument could be sold “in an orderly transaction”. For instruments traded in a market, fair values can be read off market prices. For nontraded instruments, such as loans, fair values have to be constructed from the payoffs of comparable instruments. The fair values of fixed income instruments exhibit a low-dimensional factor structure.

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  • The first signs of future change are already appar- ent for both the regional savings banks and their local savings companies. Thus concrete indications already suggest that the number of regional sav- ings banks will decline further in the near future as a result of mergers. This is because the business area of some savings banks is likely to be too lim- ited for them to achieve satisfactory operating results in the long term in a tougher and increas- ingly international competitive climate.

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  • After studying chapter 23, you should be able to: Explain why a company might decide to engage in corporate restructuring; understand and calculate the impact on earnings and on market value of companies involved in mergers; describe what merger benefits, if any, accrue to acquiring company shareholders and to selling company shareholders;...

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  • After studying chapter 23, you should be able to: Explain why a company might decide to engage in corporate restructuring; understand and calculate the impact on earnings and on market value of companies involved in mergers; describe what merger benefits, if any, accrue to acquiring company shareholders and to selling company shareholders;...

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  • Chapter 5: Options for organizing business. Learning objectives of this chapter include: Define and examine the advantages and disadvantages of the sole proprietorship form of organization; identify three types of partnership and evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the partnership form of organization; describe the corporate form of organization and cite the advantages and disadvantages of corporations; define and debate the advantages and disadvantages of mergers, acquisitions, and leveraged buyouts.

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  • The small business world is evolving. Competition, the emergence of the internet, and mergers and acquistions have forced small businesses to rethink their marketing strategies. With the recession, small businesses are it harder to compete. Many small business owners are asking themselves "How do i ression-proof" my business? The answer is: Make marketing your first priority

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  • Imagine that an important customer in your firm commissions you to complete a sophisticated worldwide market study that will form the basis of a global expansion strategy. Or that you are responsible for the development of the product which will determine your firm’s ability to go public. Or that you are in charge of handling the merger of your firm with another. Further imagine that in these situations you receive a strict budget and a precise schedule. You are, as such, involved in a project— and, moreover, you are involved in managing a project.

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  • On April 6, 1998, the creation of Citigroup through the combination of Citicorp and Travelers Inc. was announced to the general applause of analysts and financial pundits. The “merger of equals” created the world’s largest financial services firm—largest in market value, product range, and geographic scope. Management claimed that strict attention to the use of capital and rigorous control of costs (a Travelers specialty) could be combined with Citicorp’s uniquely global footprint and retail banking franchise to produce uncommonly good revenue and cost synergies.

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  • Imagine that an important customer in your firm commissions you to complete a sophisticated worldwide market study that will form the basis of a global expansion strategy. Or that you are responsible for the development of the product which will determine your firm’s ability to go public. Or you are in charge of handling the merger of your firm with another. Further imagine that in these situations you receive a strict budget and a precise schedule. You are, as such, involved in a project— and, moreover, you are involved in managing a project.

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  • The contents of this book include: Introduction (L. Renneboog) Part 1: Corporate restructuring; mergers and acquisitions in Europe (M. Martynova, L. Renneboog); the performance of acquisitive companies in the US (K. Cools, M. V. D. Laar); The announcement effects and long-run stock market performance of corporate spin-offs: The international evidence (C. veld, Y. Veld-Merkoulova); the competitive challenge in banking (A. Boot, A. Schmeits); Consolidation of the European banking sector: Impact on innovation (H. Degryse, S. Ongena, M.F. Penas)...

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  • This book introduces corporate financial management, based on the basic capital budgeting framework and the time value of money. It focuses on theoretical formulations and correct application of financial techniques that will help improve managerial and financial decisions. Based on fundamental principles of accounting and finance like time value of money and after-tax cash flows, it introduces readers to real-world constraints and complexities in the two fields.

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