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Mergers and Acquisitions Basics is a complete resource packed with all the information busy executives need on:
Mergers and Acquisitions Basics provides a thorough primer and overview of the key steps and common features of strategic transactions. It offers a useful balance of detailed and user-friendly coverage that isn't afraid to have fun with a serious and complex topic. Beginning investment bankers, lawyers, and consultants can use it to develop a foundation for understanding deals before exploring a deeper expertise and specialty. Business executives and managers will find a one-stop, easy-to-read guide to help them navigate deals and understand their role in the process.
Written by a veteran executive with experience working with such leading companies as General Electric, VeriSign, General Motors, and UPS, Mergers and Acquisitions Basics explains the ins and outs of strategic transactions, as well as:
Complete with an appendix of real-world checklists, forms, and sample reports and presentations, Mergers and Acquisitions Basics is a must-have tool for CEOs, CFOs, finance executives, and other business leaders involved in strategic transactions.
"Frankel has written a book for both those new and old to the M&As game. It is an essential primer for those who wish to explore strategic transactions as a business option for growth or strategic change."
Sam M. Farraj Senior Director, Strategy and Business Development, MCI
"M&As is a wildly complex topic. Frankel makes it understandable by focusing on the key building blocks of a deal, such as auctions, due diligence, valuation, and the closing. He takes readers to the heart of the topic at once and does not waste their time with arcane topics best left to specialists. An excellent book for readers who need a functional understanding of M&As!"
Steven M. Bragg CFO, Premier Data Services
Great book to add to your library. It gives you a basic understanding of the process without getting technical. Read morePublished 22 months ago by K-Dawg
This book is very good for anyone who seek to figure out the fundamental process of M&A. It is less practical but for Bachelor degree students to get the starting point on this... Read morePublished on April 1, 2012 by Dech007