FINANCIAL & LEGAL DUEDILIGENCE, MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 2018

"Increasing your business value and techniques of proper due diligence and key valuation strategies while executing a merger or acquisition, the latest tools and techniques to successful transections!!"

 

Conference on June 14th  - 15th,  2018
 

Mergers and acquisitions typically involve a substantial amount of due diligence by the buyer. Before committing to the transaction, the buyer will want to ensure that it knows what it is buying and what obligations it is assuming, the nature and extent of the target company’s contingent liabilities, problematic contracts, litigation risks and intellectual property issues, and much more. This is particularly true in private company acquisitions, where the target company has not been subject to the scrutiny of the public markets, and where the buyer has little (if any) ability to obtain the information it requires from public sources.

 

The following is a summary of the most significant legal and business due diligence activities that are connected with a typical M&A transaction. By planning these activities carefully and properly anticipating the related issues that may arise, the target company will be better prepared to successfully consummate a sale of the company.

 

Of course, in certain M&A transactions such as “mergers of equals” and transactions in which the transaction consideration includes a significant amount of the stock of the buyer, or such stock comprises a significant portion of the overall consideration, the target company may want to engage in “reverse diligence” that in certain cases can be as broad in scope as the primary diligence conducted by the buyer. Many or all of the activities and issues described below will, in such circumstances, apply to both sides of the transaction.

 

Mergers and acquisitions typically involve a substantial amount of due diligence by the buyer. Before committing to the transaction, the buyer will want to ensure that it knows what it is buying and what obligations it is assuming, the nature and extent of the target company’s contingent liabilities, problematic contracts, litigation risks and intellectual property issues, and much more. This is particularly true in private company acquisitions, where the target company has not been subject to the scrutiny of the public markets, and where the buyer has little (if any) ability to obtain the information it requires from public sources.

 

This conference will provide experts’ and insiders’ perspectives on crucial strategies for navigating the changing nature of due diligence in today’s M&As, JVs and strategic alliances transaction. Participants will hear more about legal, commercial, tax, financial due diligence, due diligence strategies & tactics as well as other areas, such as critical risk issues.

 

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • To determine compliance with relevant laws and disclose and regulatory restrictions on the proposed transaction.

  • To evaluate the condition of the physical plant and equipment, as well as other tangible and intangible Assets.

  • To ascertain the appropriate purchase price & and the method of payment.

  • To determine details that may be relevant to the drafting of the acquisition agreement.

  • To discover liabilities or risks that may be deal breakers.

  • To analyze any potential antitrust issues that may prohibit the proposed M&S.

  • To evaluate the legal and financial risks of the transaction.

This course is designed to provide participants with an in-depth analysis of the legal, tax and commercial consequences arising acquisitions (M&A) and transactions.

 

The course covers the full scope of M&A, focusing on various techniques that should be in place in order to successfully take over a business. Aspects connected to an M&A deal, such as the tax due diligence, pricing, planning and negotiating the (tax) deal and acquisition tax planning will be explained and several examples will be presented. In addition, and fund structuring will be covered.

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Tax due diligence: objectives, process, scope, disclosure and impact of findings.

  • Transfer Pricing For M&A and JV Deals.

  • The business perspective, from planning to final implementation.

  • Legal Due Diligence for M&A and JVS Transactions.

  • Acquisition tax planning; and Case studies.

  • Tackle the issue of the rising costs involved with the product acquisition.

  • Leverage analysis to ensure complete knowledge of potential.

  • Ensure optimal IP protection through effective deal negotiation and patentability investigations.

  • Effective Financial Due Diligence.

 

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?

This conference is specially designed for Managing Directors, Directors, Vice Presidents, Senior Managers and General Managers who are responsible for Legal and Finance, in the following positions:

  • Chief Counsel/General Counsel

  • Chief Financial Officers 

  • Corporate Legal Counsel 

  • Deputy General Counsel 

  • Corporate Legal Directors/Managers 

  • Corporate Legal Advisors 

  • Legal Affairs Directors/Managers

  • Finance Directors/Managers/Controllers 

  • Heads of Corporate Finance, Tax & Investment Managers 

  • Heads of Corporate Finance 

  • Heads of Corporate Planning 

  • Senior Legal Practitioners 

  • Business Development Directors/Managers 

  • Bankers and Investment Advisors 

  • Heads of Investment Banking & Heads of Tax 

  • Tax & Investment Managers & Legal Consultants

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