1st Edition

Mergers and Aquisitions Planning and Action

Edited By G. Richard Young Copyright 1963
    246 Pages
    by Routledge

    248 Pages
    by Routledge

    Thoroughly discussing the problems of uniting two independent companies (problems which are commonly underestimated), this book covers a wide range of subjects such as: laws and regulations governing mergers; consideration of financial and material resources; tax views; research and development prospects, as well as the matching and augmenting of skills and equipment of both companies and the adjustments to be made to stock-holders and servicers.

    The issues of morale, retaining trained personnel, and the rearrangement of employee benefits and pensions are also examined.

    Check lists, tabulated examples, a hypothetical case history and a comprehensive bibliography made up the extensive appendices.

    Introduction; Part I Planning; Chapter I Definition of Corporate Objectives; Chapter II Evaluation of Resources; Chapter III Forward Planning; Chapter IV Criteria; Chapter V Organizing for Merger or Acquisition; Chapter VI The Prospect Presentation; Part II Action; Chapter VII Search; Chapter VIII Approach and Exploration; Chapter IX Evaluation; Chapter X Legal, Tax, and Accounting Considerations; Chapter XI Negotiation; Chapter XII Assimilation;


    G Richard Young