About the BookThis new book is an invaluable guidebook for companies trying to capitalize on the opportunities in both developed and emerging cross-border markets. Noted experts discuss critical topics corporate executives--and all those involved with their company's legal, accounting, and tax matters--need to know to successfully complete complex, global transactions.
Book SynopsisCompanies of all sizes have been initiating international transactions--mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic alliances, and private placements--in record numbers. Targeted due diligence is crucial to effectively research, value, and complete these complex deals. With an evolving climate of uncertainty and new, unpredictable threats to business, it is more essential than ever before.
Due Diligence for Global Deal Making is an invaluable guidebook for companies trying to capitalize on the opportunities in both developed and emerging cross-border markets. All too often global transactions fail to meet the parties' expectations, and the leading culprit is inadequate due diligence. Especially when the target partner lacks a financial performance track record and significant assets, expanding businesses must answer difficult questions, such as: Why (if at all) do this deal? What are the rules going in, and what happens if things go wrong? Where are the tax, legal, financial, and operational traps, and what are the opportunities? This book provides what's needed to avoid devastating mistakes and to master the steps that ensure success:
Noted experts discuss critical topics corporate executives--and all those involved with their company's legal, operational, accounting, and tax matters--need to know to successfully complete complex global transactions today.
About the AuthorArthur Rosenbloom is managing director of CFC Capital Corp. and former chairman of the board of Patricof & Co. Capital Corp. His contributions on investment banking-related topics have appeared in Forbes, BusinessWeek, the Harvard Business Review, and the National Law Journal. An adjunct professor of finance at the Stern Graduate School of Business at New York University and NYU Law School, he also is a trustee of New York's Citizens Budget Commission, a member of its Competitiveness Subcommittee, and an active member of the panel of arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association and the New York Stock Exchange.