Merger's and Acquisition's Quiz Question

Answer this question taken directly from our M&A Professional Certificate course!

What is the earnings-per-share (EPS) dilution in a Mergers and Acquisitions deal?

A) The seller’s EPS decline after the two companies combine.

B) The buyer’s EPS decreases after the two companies combine.

C) The buyer’s EPS increases after the two companies combine.

D) Over time, Mergers and Acquisitions expenses reduce the buyer’s EPS.

Reveal the Answer

The answer is B) The buyer’s EPS decreases after the two companies combine.

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The M&A Professional Certificate gives you a comprehensive analysis of the major facets of the Mergers & Acquisitions industry and the skills engaged in executing all areas of transactions from pre to post-merger integration.

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