Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions

por Whitaker, Scott
Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions
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ISBN: 978-1-119-04223-5
Editorial: Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Fecha de la edición: 2016
idioma: Ingles
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Nº Pág.: 464

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Reseña: Navigate cross border M&A for a flawless integration execution Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions is a practical toolbox for corporate strategy and development professionals dealing with the many challenges involved in cross border M&A. With a detailed discussion of key market specifics and broadly-applicable critical insight, this book demystifies the cross border M&A process and provides a host of practical tools that ease strategic implementation. A geographical overview explains the trends in major M&A markets including Australia, Brazil, China, Russia, the U.K., and the U.S., and industry-specific guidance covers Financial Services, Aerospace and Defense, Health Care, Tech, Manufacturing, and more. Leading experts relate lessons learned while managing actual PMI processes, and the discussion of cultural impacts and specific situational needs provides deep insight into the type of leadership a flawless integration requires. Corporate restructuring and internationalization efforts are increasingly relying on cross border mergers and acquisitions. Strategies, motives, and consequences are a complex navigational minefield, but this insightful guide provides solid, actionable guidance for leading a successful integration. * Understand the region-specific details that make an impact * Overcome common challenges and manage complex deals * Gain practical insight and valuable tools for leading integration * Learn the most current best practices for PMI processes Cross border M&A is complex, with myriad challenges and obstacles inherent to the situation. Successful integration and a smooth transition are critical, and there's little wiggle room it's a situation where you have only one chance to get it right. Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions is an essential guide to the process, with key tools for execution.
indice: Preface xi About the Author xv About the Contributors xvii PART ONE Cross-Border Strategy and Deal Planning CHAPTER 1 Cross-Border Deal Evolution and Rationale 3 Gilles Ourvoie The Evolution of M&A and Cross-Border Deals 4 Strategic Motives 23 Factors Influencing Cross-Border Deals 28 Chapter Checklist 42 CHAPTER 2 Cross-Border M&A Strategy and Deal Planning Essentials 45 Michael Holm M&A Strategy Overview 45 Components of Cross-Border M&A Strategy 50 Responsibilities and Accountability in the Organization 53 Target Company Criteria 56 Prepare and Plan for a Cross-Border Deal 59 Chapter Checklist 63 CHAPTER 3 Legal, Financial, Social, and Political Interdependencies with Cross-Border Integration 65 Andrew Scola Introduction 65 Legal Impact 68 Financial Impact 78 Social Impact 81 Political Implications 82 Managing External Risks and Issues 84 Chapter Checklist 85 CHAPTER 4 Trends and Leading Practices in Global M&A 87 Thomas Kessler Global Transaction Trends in the Post Financial Crisis World 88 The M&A Life Cycle 89 Developing a Succinct Cross-Border Transaction Strategy 92 Matching M&A Strategy with Transaction Reality 98 Selecting the Right Candidate 102 Planning Cross-Border Due Diligence 105 Defining Successful Options and Strategies for Mitigating Execution Risk in Cross-Border M&A Transactions 107 Chapter Checklist 110 CHAPTER 5 Cross-Border M&A: Region- and Country-Specific Trends and Deal Planning Tips 111 Michael Holm Introduction 111 Some Useful Cross-Border Insights and Tips 118 Understanding Corporate versus Country Cultures When Doing Cross-Border M&A Deals 120 Chapter Checklist 123 PART TWO Cross-Border Culture and Leadership Alignment CHAPTER 6 Leading during Cross-Border M&A 127 Scott Whitaker Why Leadership Is So Critical during M&A 128 Leadership Responsibilities of Acquiring Companies 129 Leadership Responsibilities of Target Companies 131 Leadership Responsibilities of the Integration Management Offi ce 133 Symptoms of A Leadership Void and How to Address Them 134 Leadership Leading Practices 136 Chapter Checklist 137 CHAPTER 7 The Role of Culture in Cross-Border M&A 139 Christophe Van Gampelaere Understanding Cultural Management 139 Cultural Awareness 141 Strategy and Culture 149 Implementation 156 Chapter Checklist 164 CHAPTER 8 Managing National Reactions and Sovereignty Issues 167 Gilles Ourvoie The Ambivalent Relation between Cross-Border M&A and National Interest 168 Inward Cross-Border Deals: Key Restrictions 174 International Differences and Similarities 189 How to Deal with Sensitive Cross-Border Transactions 190 Conclusion 196 Chapter Checklist 198 PART THREE Cross-Border Integration, Planning, and Execution CHAPTER 9 Managing Pre PMI Due Diligence 203 Eitan Grosbard Introduction 204 Traditional Due Diligence 206 Integrated Due Diligence 360-Degree Due Diligence 219 Conducting the Due Diligence Process 224 Chapter Checklist 228 CHAPTER 10 Ramping Up an Integration Management Office and Day One in Cross-Border Deals 229 Stefan Hofmeyer The Impact of an Integration Management Office on Cross-Border Integration 229 Understanding the Integration Management Office 232 Establishing and Executing the Integration Management Office 237 Day One: Starting the Integrate and Analyze Phases 247 Chapter Checklist 250 CHAPTER 11 Integration Decision Making and Process Strategy in Cross-Border Deals 251 Stefan Hofmeyer Preparation and Localization of Decision Making 251 Primary Decision-Making Tools, Approaches, and Leading Practices 257 Leading Practices for Global Integration Process Change 263 Kaizen-Based Leading Practices 266 Catching the Wave of Change 268 Chapter Checklist 270 CHAPTER 12 Post-Merger Integration Process, Methodologies, and Tools 273 Thomas Kessler The M&A Life Cycle 274 Strategic Selection 275 Integration Due Diligence 279 Pre-Signing 281 Post-Signing 283 Post-Closing 293 Chapter Checklist 298 CHAPTER 13 Managing Post-Merger Integration Globally 299 Eitan Grosbard Introduction 300 Due Diligence 305 Relate 306 Analyze 316 Integrate 318 Chapter Checklist 319 CHAPTER 14 Country-Specific Trends and Tips for Integration Planning 321 Christophe Van Gampelaere Opening 321 A Cultural Overview of the Most Active M&A Regions 323 Anglo-Saxon Regions 324 Asian Countries 328 European Countries and Regions 334 Summary 337 Chapter Checklist 338 CHAPTER 15 M&A and Post-Merger Integration Considerations for China and Japan 339 Robert Ping Yu, Makoto Ideno, and Masaki Yamamoto Overview of M&A Trends in China 339 Issues and Approaches for Inbound M&A in China 343 Issues and Approaches for Outbound M&A from China 353 Chapter Checklist for Part 1: China 356 Overview of M&A and Post-Merger Integration in Japan 357 Issues and Approaches for Outbound M&A and Post-Merger Integration from Japan 358 Issues and Approaches for Inbound M&A and Post-Merger Integration in Japan 361 Chapter Checklist for Part 2: Japan 365 CHAPTER 16 Cross-Border Synergy Program Management 367 Michael Holm Introduction 367 Defi ning and Validating Synergies 371 Structuring Synergy Programs 376 Critical Actions to Capture Synergies 378 Post-Closing Due Diligence 384 Chapter Checklist 388 PART FOUR Unique Cross-Border M&A Transaction Scenarios CHAPTER 17 Managing Carve-Outs and Transition Service Agreements 391 Andrew Scola Introduction to Divestitures and Carve-Outs 391 The Context of Divestiture Impacts Carve-Out Processes 392 Divestiture Program Overview 394 Planning a Carve-Out and Transition 395 Program Structure 398 Managing the Transition Service Agreement 407 Chapter Checklist 409 CHAPTER 18 Joint Ventures 411 Thomas Kessler The Joint Venture Life Cycle 411 Chapter Checklist 423 Index 425

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