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Key findings: SRS Acquiom 2017 deal terms study

SRS Acquiom recently published its 2017 Deal Terms Study. The report draws on data from 795 private-target transactions that closed between 2013 and 2016 using SRS Acquiom’s services. The results of this study offer a unique and valuable perspective of private M&A transactions that might not otherwise be reported. Some of the key findings are … Continue reading

Protecting buyers in M&A transactions: trends in the use of indemnification provisions

Allocating liability between buyers and sellers for the business and operating risks of a target company in M&A transactions is key to assessing what might be an appropriate purchase price for the transaction. As a result, the indemnification provisions in a purchase agreement are heavily negotiated with buyers seeking to limit their post-closing damages and … Continue reading

Shareholder representatives in M&A

The post-closing process can be complex and time consuming. Hiring a professional independent shareholder representative to manage post-closing matters, such as purchase price adjustments, indemnification claims, earn-outs and escrow management, may be beneficial for target shareholders and management. In recent years, shareholder representatives have been commonly used in the U.S., and they are becoming increasingly … Continue reading
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