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Outlook for 2019: cross-border M&A and post-merger integration

Despite a general environment of uncertainty, 2018 was quite active in the cross-border M&A arena. However, observers expect a global drop for this year, especially for the mega-deals (i.e. transactions with deal values exceeding $10 billion) amid uncertainty over Brexit and the threat of globe trade wars. Accordingly, acquirers are increasingly focusing on domestic deals rather … Continue reading

Making change management a post-closing priority

As we have previously discussed, successfully directing the integration of two businesses following the closing of an M&A transaction is vital to realizing the value of a merger. The process by which post-closing change within a business is overseen – often referred to as “change management” – plays a key role in determining whether or … Continue reading

Divestitures: minimizing transition costs and maximizing value

Divestitures present unique challenges that make it difficult for companies to realize full value potential. Even companies with established competency in M&A transactions can struggle to optimize value. A report from PwC’s Deals Divestiture practice identifies three primary sources of divestiture deal value. Transaction proceeds Transaction proceeds are generated from the sale of the divested … Continue reading
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