MASTERING FINANCIAL & LEGAL DUE DILIGENCE IN AN M&A TRANSACTION CONFERENCE 2019
"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!!!”
Conference on July 11th - 12th, 2019
Due diligence is a critical step in the M&A process. In today’s competitive marketplace, a single bidder rarely outsmarts the rest of the field. Rather, the justification to pay more than other bidders must be based on the ability to create more value with the acquisition. Superior insights about the target can alter the valuation in either direction either ensuring a win or a rejection of an offer. Value creation is more likely if the purchaser has a greater understanding of the target company, and a clear and explicit plan for merger integration and value capture.
Many companies approach due diligence as a financial exercise; but capturing value in the merged entity mostly depends on non-financial issues. Consequently, this requires two things: deep industry knowledge to project revenue synergies, and deep functional knowledge to identify, assess, and validate operational cost improvements.
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.
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!!!
Developing a value creation strategy
Conducting thorough strategic, commercial, and operational due diligence
Assisting in an integration risk assessment
Laying out the key considerations for integration
Determine compliance with relevant laws and disclose and regulatory restrictions on the proposed transaction
Evaluate the condition of the physical plant and equipment, as well as other tangible and intangible Assets
Ascertain the appropriate purchase price & and the method of payment
Determine details that may be relevant to the drafting of the acquisition agreement
Discover liabilities or risks that may be deal breakers
Evaluate the legal and financial risks of the transaction
Due diligence prior to the determination of IP Value
Recognize the essential areas of information needed to be covered
Avoid basic errors which invalidate contracts or cause confusion later
Understand the importance and characteristics of thorough due diligence
Be able to comment effectively and sensibly on other lawyers’ requests and replies
Approach the due diligence exercise with increased confidence
Provide a deeper understanding of the target’s industry and understanding of competitors and how they will evolve.
Reasons to attend:
Tax due diligence: objectives, process, scope, disclosure and impact of findings.
The business perspective, from planning to final implementation.
Legal Due Diligence for M&A and JVS Transactions.
Acquisition tax planning; and Case studies.
Boundaries of tax planning.
Leverage analysis to ensure complete knowledge of potential.
Ensure optimal IP protection through effective deal negotiation and patentability investigations.
Forensic Due Diligence and Fraud Risks in Transactions.
Anti-Bribery & Corruption Due Diligence.
Reasonableness of the Target’s Projections of Future Performance for M&A Transactions.
Legal Due Diligence Challenges & Resolutions.
Negotiating a Contract and Considering 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 Financial Officers
Corporate Legal Counsel
Deputy General Counsel
Corporate Legal Directors/Managers
Corporate Legal Advisors
Legal Affairs Directors/Managers
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
VPs and Managers from Legal Department
Managing Directors and Senior Management
CFOs and Senior Finance Executive
Executives of M&A Team
Directors of Strategic Planning
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