Anatomy of an M&A Transaction
While every deal is different, mergers and acquisitions are often critical to a company’s operational and strategic development and growth. From due diligence to post-closing, unique complexities and approaches come into play. Understanding the different types of transactions, as well as approaches for public vs. private companies for example, provides business leaders the strategic edge to make each new venture as successful as possible. Join Armstrong Teasdale Partners Margaret Butler and Aubyn Krulish as they deconstruct the anatomy of a transaction, from due diligence to post-closing, sharing best practices and tools to drive value.
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