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Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and Acquisitions

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Mergers and AcquisitionsMergers and Acquisitions
Basic terms and definitions concerningBasic terms and definitions concerningmergers and acquisitionsmergers and acquisitions
Reasons for mergers and acquisitionsReasons for mergers and acquisitions
Real world empirical observationsReal world empirical observations
 An example of valuing a potential An example of valuing a potentialacquisitionacquisition
 
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Merger:Merger:
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ne firm absorbs the assets and
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ne firm absorbs the assets andliabilities of the other firm in a merger. Theliabilities of the other firm in a merger. Theacquiring firm retains its identity. In many cases,acquiring firm retains its identity. In many cases,control is shared between the two managementcontrol is shared between the two managementteams. Transactions were generally conducted onteams. Transactions were generally conducted on
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In aIn a
consolidationconsolidation
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Mergers must comply with applicable state laws.Mergers must comply with applicable state laws.Usually, shareholders must approve the merger by aUsually, shareholders must approve the merger by avote.vote.
 
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Traditionally, the term described aTraditionally, the term described asituation when a larger corporation purchases thesituation when a larger corporation purchases theassets or stock of a smaller corporation, whileassets or stock of a smaller corporation, whilecontrol remained exclusively with the larger control remained exclusively with the larger corporation.corporation.
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ften a tender offer is made to the target firm (
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ften a tender offer is made to the target firm (
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Transactions that bypass the management areTransactions that bypass the management areconsidered hostile, as the target firm¶s managers areconsidered hostile, as the target firm¶s managers aregenerally opposed to the deal.generally opposed to the deal.

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