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Key Benefits

Completing a successful merger or acquisition is a multifaceted project that involves managing major teams across the organization. In this M&A course, you will acquire a critical cross-functional perspective of the mergers and acquisitions process. Through global case studies on the best practices of leading companies, you will learn how to forge strategic partnerships, navigate complex negotiations, and drive corporate growth.


Mergers & Acquisitions: Strategy, Execution, Post-Mergers Management

Across the globe, mergers and acquisitions are reshaping the corporate and competitive landscape. To help companies gain a strategic advantage and expand market share, this M&A program takes you inside the process—from strategy and valuation to execution and post-merger management. Whether your company is private or public, or looking to buy or to sell, you will emerge with new ability to broker powerful deals and create shareholder value.


Enable growth through an effective M&A process
  • Build stronger M&A strategies

  • Identify the right targets, assess business value accurately, and perform meaningful due diligence

  • Negotiate complex multi-party, multi-issue deals that boost corporate performance

  • Integrate new acquisitions efficiently and effectively

Expand your personal and professional network
  • Extend your network by living and working with accomplished executives from various backgrounds, industries, and countries across the globe

  • Build relationships with a diverse group of peers who can provide wide-ranging insights into your business challenges and career decisions

Who Should Attend

This mergers and acquisitions course is designed for senior executives involved in M&A activity who want to broaden their knowledge of financial business valuation methods, negotiation strategies, and deal process design.


The Mergers and Acquisition program is of particular interest to:

  • Senior executives in the C-Suite

  • Directors of public and private companies

  • Board chairs and directors

  • Heads of strategy and corporate development

  • Key executives involved in integration, such as heads of human resources or information technology

  • Founders and CEOs of established startups

  • Investment bankers, transactional lawyers, and private equity investors

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