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Using M&A playbooks to avoid post-closing issues

Companies spend more than $2 trillion on acquisitions every year, yet many acquisitions ultimately fall short of expectations. There are several reasons why a transaction may not turn out as planned, but oftentimes the culprit is poor post-closing integration. While most transactions are given a great deal of attention until the day of closing, the … Continue reading

The perfect union: maximizing post-integration value

As we have discussed in previous posts, the post-closing phase of an M&A deal can be a difficult one, with 30% of integration deals not achieving their revenue goals. Competing organizational structures, technology, and cultures between the integrating companies often decrease revenue and productivity. Our experience suggests that the following are helpful tips to facilitate … Continue reading

Integration planning leads to integration success

After conducting interviews with M&A practitioners in North America in mid-market companies, in its report titled “Harnessing Potential: mid-market integration and managing change”, Mergermarket found that operational integration early in the process and focusing on the culture of companies being merged or acquired can not only make a deal run more smoothly, but can actually increase deal … Continue reading
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