The Art of M&A Financing and Refinancing: Sources and Instruments for Growthby Alexandra Reed-Lajoux, J. Fred Weston, J. Fred Weston
Pub. Date: 07/01/1999
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Stanley Foster Reed and Alexandra Reed Lajoux explain the important details of the acquisition process - and how you can structure a deal that is fair, equitable, and profitable for your side of the table. Synopses of nearly three dozen landmark cases give fascinating, real-life insights into disputes and legal rulings from previous high-profile mergers and illustrate how courts have ruled upon these often-contentious questions. The Art of M&A is both easy to read and comprehensive in its treatment of combining multiple companies into one global powerhouse. Over the past decade it has helped thousands of executives make sound decisions and, even more important, avoid potentially damaging miscalculations. Now, let The Art of M&A Third Edition, provide all the information you will need to buy or sell companies, whether public or private, domestic or foreign.
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Table of ContentsPart I: Prerequisites.Basic Definitions and Data. Assessing Financing Needs. Regulatory, Tax, and Accounting Issues in Structuring Deal Financing. Part II: A Closer Look at Instruments. Dynamics of Debt-Based Financing. Dynamics of Equity-Based Financing. Dynamics of "Hybrid" Financing. Part III: A Closer Look at Sources. Working with Debt Sources. Working with Equity Sources. Working with "Backers". Part IV: Strategies for Financing and Refinancing. Managing Multiple InstrumentsPlanning Points. Managing Multiple Sources. Refinancing Strategies. Part V: Global Issues: Macro/Micro/Tax. Macroeconomic Aspects of Global M&A Financing. Microeconomic Aspects of Global M&A Financing. International Financing: Tax Fine Points. Conclusion: M&A Financing and Refinancing: Instruments for Successful Growth. Appendix: Typical Subordination Provisions of Publicly Issued Notes. Typical Subordination Provisions of Privately Placed Institutional Notes. (and more...)
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