M&A: Structuring the Deal

MOOC
M&A: Structuring the Deal
Language
English
Duration
2 hours course
Certificate
Certification free
Course by EdX
M&A: Structuring the Deal
What will you learn?
Overview of M&A documents and legal structures
Triangular Mergers and tax consideration for different deals
Tax-free deals
Accounting rules and Letter of Intent
Earnout and Hope certificates and Contingent Considerations
Advanced structuring of M&A deals
About the course

Learn exactly how and why different M&A; deals come together, and how to determine the ideal capital structure for every deal in which you participate.

In this course, we will look at the various corporate documents involved in the M&A; process and understand the purpose of the engagement letter. We’ll look at the three legal structures of M&A; and understand the difference between triangular and reverse triangular structures. We’ll also learn the difference between stock and asset purchase, learn what tax-free deals are and how there are accomplished.

The course will conclude with an understanding of accounting rules and the categories of advanced structuring.

This course is part of the New York Institute of Finance’s popular Mergers & Acquisitions Professional Certificate program.

Program
M&A: Structuring the Deal
Learn how M&A deals are structured and understand the various documents, legal structures and tax considerations needed to execute a deal.
Lecturers
Jeff Hooke
Jeff Hooke
Instructor NYIF
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