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Rationale for Mergers and Acquisitions


Rationale for Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions can become extremely complex. Transactions require expertise from strategic, legal, financial, and operational disciplines to be successful. Each of these groups may have different criteria for success. There are many cases where deals are structured to hurdle tax and regulatory barriers. While these factors are beyond the scope of this book, it is important to understand that these issues introduce transactional complexities into the deal. Our view is purely strategic in nature, and our concern is limited to how mergers and acquisitions can deliver shareholder value through improving the strategy and operation of the business. To simplify the analysis, M&A can be rationalized in three ways: 1) competitive integration, 2) supply chain movements, and 3) diversification


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