Maximizing Corporate Value through Mergers and Acquisitions: A Strategic Growth Guide
- 7h 30m
- Patrick A. Gaughan
- John Wiley & Sons (US)
Examining how M&A fits in corporate growth strategies, Maximizing Corporate Value through Mergers and Acquisitions covers the various strategic reasons for companies entering mergers and acquisitions (M&A), with a look at those that are based on sound strategy, and those that are not.
- Helps companies decide whether M&As should be used for growth and increased corporate value
- Explores why M&A deals often fail to deliver what their proponents have represented they would
- Explains which types of M&A work best and which to avoid
With insider guidance on what boards of directors should be aware of when evaluating proposed deals, Maximizing Corporate Value through Mergers and Acquisitions provides a sound foundation for understanding the risks involved in any mergers and acquisitions deal, before it's too late.
About the Author
Patrick A. Gaughan is president of Economatrix Research Associates, Inc., which is an economic and financial consulting firm with offices on Wall Street, New York City, as well as in New Jersey and Miami. He is also a full professor of economics and finance at the College of Business at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he has taught mergers and acquisitions for the past quarter of a century. Dr. Gaughan is the author and editor of nine books, including the award-winning Mergers Acquisitions and Corporate Restructurings, published by John Wiley & Sons.
In this Book
Merger Growth Strategy
Growth through Mergers and Acquisitions
Horizontal Integration and M&A
Growth through Emerging Market M&A
Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances as M&A Alternatives
Role of Corporate Governance in M&A
Downsizing: Reversing the Error
Valuation and Merger Strategy