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Mergers & Acquisitions for Dummies

Written by: Bill Snow
Narrated by: Steven Jay Cohen
Length: 14 hrs
Categories: Business & Money, Careers
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Are you a business owner or executive thinking about selling a division, a subsidiary, or the entire company? Or are you thinking about how you may be able to grow your business by merging with or acquiring other companies? Or are you a student thinking about making a career in an industry related to mergers and acquisitions (M&A)?  

In other words, if you are looking for a plain-language, no-nonsense guide about how mergers and acquisitions can affect your company and career, you've found your audiobook!  

Mergers & Acquisitions for Dummies is your insider's handbook about the practice of buying and selling companies. It explains the entire M&A process step-by-step, introduces you to industry-specific terms and acronyms, details the documents used when buying or selling a company, discusses valuation techniques, reveals insights about how to finance deals, provides real-world examples of how to structure transactions and bridge valuation gaps between buyer and seller, and gives you the basic tools you will need to successfully close M&A transactions. Plus, you'll get expert advice on identifying and contacting potential M&A targets, performing due diligence, drafting the purchase agreement, and integrating new employees after the deal closes.

©2018 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (P)2019 Gildan Media, LLC

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-01-20

Easy to understand

Not messed up with too much technical information and mostly focused on the general picture. Easy to remember the content and to realize in business.

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  • AR Duggan
  • 06-11-19

Good Introductory Book

Don't expect super detail here. It really is what it purports to be "for dummies".

Fun, casual, contemporary explanation of the overall processes involved. Very little actual mathematics or depth.

Good starting point to understand the field.