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An overview of due diligence for mergers and acquisitions - Webinar

  • ID: 4143143
  • Webinar
  • February 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 90 Minutes
  • Online Compliance Panel
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This is a fast paced presentation to get you to think about the process and execution of Due Diligence reviews.

Objectives of the Presentation
- Outline of Presentation
- Define Due Diligence and the Process
- How we make decisions
- The Selection of Opportunities
- What you must know before you make the call
- Designing the Process
- Representation, Disclosure, and Fact Assessment
- Critical Areas of Knowledge
- Budgets for time, talent and treasury
- What Comes First
- Informational Resources
- Building and Empowering Your Team

- Focus Topics
- Representation, Disclosure, and Fact Assessment
- Corporate Records
- Financial Records
- Key Agreements
- C-suite and Gold Collar workers
- Culture Assessments
- Human Resources
- Key Suppliers
- Key Customers
- Technology
- Intellectual Property and Critical Information
- Marketing
- Sales

- Running the Due Diligence Process
- Data Rooms for Documents
- Private Rooms for Notes, Memos and Reporting
- Designing the Report

- Presentation of the findings
- Written
- Verbal

- After the Exercise Review
- Due Diligence Red Flags
- Done Diligence
- Undue Pressures
- Asymmetric Information
- Endless Meetings and Delays
- Copier Leases
- Deal Junkies and Desk Squatters

Why Should you Attend?

Headlines of due diligence failures include the Facebook loss of $500 million, Hewlett Packard write of 8.8 billion after acquiring Autonomy, or Quaker's 1.4 billion loss on Snapple. None of this had to happen. Smart people made very grave errors. They made errors that were as predictable as they are preventable. The errors and failures will continue until professionals fundamentally understand Due Diligence. Join this webinar to gain a thorough understanding of overview of Due Diligence for Mergers and Acquisitions.

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  • Lawyers, with a focus on M&A, IP, and Litigation- Accountants- Business Brokers- Business owners selling their business- Business buyers- Hedge Fund Executives- Pension Fund Managers- Commercial Insurance Investigators- Finance Professionals focused on M&A Investment- Directors of Corporate Finance- M&A Advisors and Consultants
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