Most companies “exit” via M&A, not IPO. Would you rather be easier or harder to buy when your corporate suitor comes knocking? You can optimize your operations to be prepared for being purchased or you can run without regard to M&A. Some companies are easier to “consume” than others based on how they run a variety of their operations, including accounting, finance, legal, and other areas. This event will prepare you to organize and run your operations to be optimized for being bought. It will also provide similar consideration for those doing the buying, as it helps to have both perspectives regardless of which side you are on: buyer or seller.
This seminar will include an update on the M&A market; legal and accounting best practices for acquiring or being acquired; insights from finance professionals who have closed recent deals; and an interactive discussion of M&A trends and best practices. These insights will come from seasoned practitioners and experts on corporate M&A. The seminar will consist of three brief educational sessions, an interactive panel discussion, and a networking session.
- Steven Clinton, Senior Counsel, Foley & Lardner LLP
- Rob Fisher, Transaction Services Partner, PwC
Moderated by John Kogan, CEO, Proformative
The program is complimentary, but pre-registration is required. Participation is limited, so register today.
For more information regarding the event, including program cancellation policies or continuing professional education credit for accountancy, please contact Proformative at 408.400.3993 ext. 106 or send an e-mail to: [email protected].