Completing an acquisition or buyout might be the most high-stakes challenge facing any business leader. This seminar provides owners and executives tasked with making tough deals happen with the practical insights they need to plan, negotiate and close a transaction.
Featuring a host of experienced program speakers who have spent their careers on the frontlines of major deals, participants hear real-world perspectives about what successful deal making look like, through every stage of the process. Participate in a small-group “acquisition team” case study of a real-world business combination. During the case, evaluate an acquisition target, price and structure a deal, formulate a negotiating approach and compare results with what actually took place. The principles shared in the seminar apply to companies facing almost any acquisition scenario, and the curriculum is regularly updated to reflect the ever-changing world of deals.
6/27-6/28/2017 New York
Venue and Hotel Details
- Today's Deal Marketplace
- Structuring the Deal: The Tax Side
- Getting Ready: How the Sellers (Should!) Prepare
- Valuing the Target, Making the Bid, and Setting the Price
- Special Case: Buyouts
- Negotiating Tips
- Structuring the Deal: The Legal Side
- Harvesting the Upside: Business Integration
- Due Diligence: When, How and How Much
- The Merger Simulator Case Study - Putting it all Together
Level of Knowledge:
Field of Study:
Finance; Taxes; Business Law; Business Management & Organization; Personal Development
Group Live, Instructor-Led Course
Steve Blum, Former Managing Director of a New York securities firm and currently a Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives at Yale Alumni.
Mr. Blum is accompanied by a host of professionals and specialists from KPMG and M&A firms.
* Discounts cannot be combined and must be applied at time of initial registration.
** Tuition price includes daily breakfast, lunch, and morning and afternoon refreshments.
CFA Institute CE Qualified Activity
As a participant in the CFA Institute Approved-Provider Program, KPMG Learning has determined that this program qualifies for 14 credit hours. If you are a CFA Institute member, CE credit for your participation in this program will be automatically recorded in your CE tracking tool.