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February 6, 2017
Business & Industry Insights
M&A as a Core Competency
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Amid a post-recovery economy characterized by slow growth, easy access to capital and significant corporate and private equity cash reserves, management teams and boards increasingly rely upon merger and acquisition (M&A) strategy as a critical lever to boost bottom-line performance, achieve growth goals and produce value for stakeholders. Whether or not a company can deliver that value largely depends on its ability to execute M&A processes with consistency and excellence from Origination to Optimization. Drawing from a combined 45+ years of helping companies tackle their most complex transactions, Boyd Mulkey and Colin Harvey share lessons in this short video for how to build your internal M&A core competency to reduce risk, increase the speed and value of your transactions and create competitive advantage.

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