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Legal Aspects of Mergers and Acquisitions

By: Euromoney Financial Training

China

15 - 17 Sep, 2014  3 days

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The fact is that most M&A deals never become a reality. The things that kill deals are: time, money, terms and ego. By learning best practice legal, strategic, commercial and financial aspects of the international M&A process, you will equip yourself with the knowledge that will ensure that your deal does not fail due to delays, illogical pricing, or unnecessary/inaccurate terms.

This course will give you a thorough understanding of the wide variety of skills that all parties involved in cross-border acquisitions must possess - e.g. the ability to read and digest financial information, successfully communicate with the relevant parties, whilst juggling a diverse range of international commercial and legal issues.

With this knowledge under your belt, you'll also have a much better ability to deal with the egos involved and to make your deal a success!

Summary of Course Content

  • How to structure a deal and value the target
  • How to negotiate the preliminary agreements and understand other complex pre-contractual issues
  • The complexities of legal due diligence
  • Technical legal issues, including intellectual property (IP) rights
  • The different ways to document M&A transactions
  • Complex issues involved in acquisition and financing
  • Best practice in post-merger integration

Methodology

The course is designed to be highly practical and features hands on workshop sessions and case studies.

Who should attend this training course?

  • In-house Lawyers
  • Managing Directors
  • Financial Directors
  • Commercial Directors
  • Senior Executives responsible for mergers and acquisitions

 

4-5 Star Hotel in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Sep 15 - 17 Sep, 2014

+852 2520 1481

The Course Director is an international lawyer and consultant to an international law firm. He was formerly a partner and Head of International Commercial Law at KPMG Legal globally. He is cited and ranked in Chambers Guide of the World’s Leading Lawyers.