Mergers and Acquisition: Choosing an Optimal Structure for your Firm’s Transaction
During these unprecedented times, firms have had to acclimate to new strategies, adapting creatively to the changing environment. One strategy that has recently gained momentum in the business world is Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A). Executives have found that successful M&A activity can provide greater financial strength and growth to their firms.
For those firms that are planning to embark on an M&A strategy, it is imperative to understand and select the best structure for the transaction. Every M&A transaction is unique and complex, which is why it is necessary first to understand the various deal structures in M&A transactions. The wrong choice could lead to negotiation difficulties and tax disadvantages that could derail the deal.
This article aims to help executives choose the best structure that works best for their firms and would lead to the success of the M&A activity. We will provide an overview of the three principal deal structures a firm should be familiar with before diving into the M&A strategy.
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