Maximizing Corporate Value through Mergers and Acquisitions by Patrick A. Gaughan
A Strategic Growth Guide (Wiley Finance)

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Solid guidance for selecting the correct strategic basis for mergers and acquisitions

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 valueExplores why M&A deals often fail to deliver what their proponents have represented they wouldExplains 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 Patrick A. Gaughan

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Patrick A. Gaughan (New York, NY) is president of Economatrix Research Associates, which is an economic and financial consulting firm with offices in New York City, Newark, and Miami. The firm specializes in the application of economics and finance to litigated matters. In such works Gaughan is often called upon to serve as an expert witness and measure damages in lawsuits as well as value businesses. In addition, he provides various consulting services in the field of mergers and acquisitions. Specifically, he serves as an expert in litigated matters involving mergers and acquisitions. Gaughan also conducts seminars on various topics in the M&A field. Gaughan holds a Ph.D. in economics and is a graduate level professor of economics and finance at the College of Business at Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. He is the author of four books.
Published April 1, 2013 by Wiley. 338 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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