M&A - Structuring the Deal

New York Institute of Finance

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New York Institute of Finance

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Who should attend

  • Financial analysts/managers
  • bankers
  • strategic planning professionals
  • corporate finance lawyers and accountants
  • market regulators

About the course

Understanding practical transaction structures for Mergers and Acquisitions and their financial tax, legal and accounting implications.

This course is a component of the M&A Professional Certificate

Prerequisite knowledge:

  • Solid knowledge of financial statement analysis
  • Basics of corporate finance (TVM, cash flows, and discounting)
  • Excel skills

CURRICULUM

Day 1

MODULE 1: STRUCTURING THE MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS DEAL

  • Legal structures
  • Tax structures
  • Accounting
  • Letter of Intent
  • Seller paper, earn outs, hope certificates
  • Special cases
  • Tax loss mergers
  • Break-up/sum-of-the-parts/split-offs
  • LBOs
  • Roll-ups, consolidation plays
  • Distressed (Bankruptcy) M&A
  • Special Purpose Acquisition Corp. (SPAC), Blind pool
  • Reverse merger, backdoor IPO

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

  • Acquire practical skills in the procedures and techniques of M&A
  • Gain different M&A perspectives of buyers and sellers
  • Learn difference between asset and stock deals
  • Review basic legal agreements
  • Look at a variety of unusual transactions

M&A - Structuring the Deal at New York Institute of Finance

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