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Gain an understanding of the M&A process from a buyer's and a seller's perspective. Learn about preparing a business for a sale and structuring a deal from an economic and tax perspective to maximize benefits for both parties. The recently enacted tax law will be discussed in detail and how some of the new provisions impact decisions regarding deal structures and entity considerations.
Mergers and acquisitions continue to move at an ever-increasing pace, especially in the mid-market arena and with professional service organizations such as accounting, law, engineering and architectural firms. This how-to course is essential for accountants, finance professionals and attorneys who work with companies that will be bought, sold or merged and will provide guidance on getting an organization ready for sale with all of the necessary steps to ensure the greatest likelihood of a successful sale or transition.
Formerly titled: Mergers and Acquisitions: Fundamentals of Acquiring or Selling Mid-Market Companies and Professional Service Organizations
This course will adjourn at 4 p.m.
Knowledge in business valuation and finance recommended.
CPAs, attorneys and strategic management consultants.
Claudia Stern is a principal in the forensic and financial consulting services group at Hemming Morse. She has worked on numerous business valuations, forensic accounting engagements and economic damages matters involving a wide range of industries. Stern’s valuation experience includes dissenting shareholder and partner actions, mergers and acquisitions, family law and estate and gift matters. Her forensic accounting engagements have included breach of fiduciary duty claims, fraud, bankruptcy, alter ego and malpractice actions.