The Kaufman Hall Merger Integration Conference offers M&A difference between disinvestment and divestment professionals with a one-stop shop to learn, develop and implement best practices to guide them through the crucial stages of the transaction including the business case as well as transition and execution. From establishing a strong partnership business case to closing and inception, this comprehensive event covers everything required to ensure a successful merger integration.
The path to a seamless M&A integration can be difficult. The rough terrain is often unexpected by people who don’t expect the path to be smooth. Not only the speed bumps can be a problem and ruts, but also the rutted and muddy stretches.
M&A requires a lot of planning and coordination. From developing a solid M&A thesis in conjunction with the sponsoring company to building a robust M&A Project Plan for the intended target, M&A takes a lot of coordination. No matter if you’re the M&A leader within your own company or work with clients as consultant, this course helps you to integrate strategy and design during the due diligence, transaction, and negotiations phases of the deal. This will help you discover realistic growth, cost and functional synergies that are relevant to your target and how to plan for them after closing the integration phase.
A well-run M&A Project Management Office is the core of a successful Integration. Learn how to establish an organization and the appropriate amount governance. Create charters that assist your finance, IT, sales communications, legal and finance teams define what they do. The crucial element to M&A integration success is clarity. You’ll be in a position to accelerate your progress by following these five areas of particular focus.