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M&A Leadership Council training
May 19, 2014

Have You Listened to Our Webcast? Download it Here, Along with Expanded Notes

April 30, 2014

One of the questions raised at last week’s Art of M&A Integration workshop had to do with “the challenge of finding adequate resources to staff the integration effort”  Actually, this is probably the most often asked question.  In dealing with this challenge, we need to remember……The requirements for successful merger integration are often counterintuitive to most business practices and tenets.

April 30, 2014

by Mark Herndon, President, M&A Partners

April 30, 2014

... And a Report Card for Your Company's Performance
 

April 30, 2014

Serving the M&A Community - Seeking M&A Integration Consultants

The M&A Leadership Council is routinely asked to refer experienced independent or boutique consultants and project contractors for a variety of general M&A, due diligence and integration assignments. Typical assignments are with Fortune 500 or upper mid-market acquirers with active or pending opportunities. Currently, the following prospective, project-based opportunities are being sourced.
 

April 30, 2014

Some Interesting M&A Data Uncovered by Mergermarket

Mergermarket has released its Global M&A trend report for the first quarter of 2014, including its league tables for financial advisors.

March 31, 2014

 

The M&A Leadership Council welcomes our newest partner company, Binary Tree.  Recently I had a chance to speak with Steven Pivnik, CEO of Binary Tree, to get his take on the relationship and what his company does to improve M&A results.
 

March 31, 2014

From The Art of M&A Strategy, by Ken Smith and Alexandra Reed Lajoux, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2012

Many industries undergo periods of consolidation in which some companies identify opportunity to achieve competitive advantage through increased scale or scope, and others must follow in order to remain competitive. The opportunities are often triggered by changes in the market related to technology, globalization, or regulation that make larger scale or scope possible or more important.