Mergers & Acquisitions

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Mergers & Acquisitions

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Part 1 – Course Overview

This preview includes:
– Concepts and Theories
– Structuring Deals

Part 2 – Global M&A

This preview includes:
– Discover the recent history of M&A
– Review the different types of mergers
– The role of M&A in the U.S. and Europe

Part 3 – Case Study A

This preview includes:
– Students simulate two investment banks competing for business in Thailand

Part 4 – Emerging Markets

This preview includes:
– Find out why the emerging markets M&A is low 
– Learn about sellers in emerging markets 
– Discuss general issues of M&A in emerging markets

Part 5 – Higher Order Derivatives

This preview includes:
– Learn about the buyer’s point of view for most deals 
– Find out top 10 M&A buyer motivators

Part 6 – Case Study C

This preview includes:
– Students simulate a large retail acquisition
– Group one convinces management to consider acquisition
– Group two makes arguments against the acquisition

Part 7 – Case Study D

This preview includes:
– Students categorize recent mergers and acquisition deals

Part 8 – 3 Ways To Increase Buyer’s Value

This preview includes:
– Learn how M&A increases buyer value
– Review common M&A terms

About The Course

The M&A Professional Certificate offers 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.

“The key benefit of these courses is getting very clear road mapping for M&As on The Sell Side and The Buy Side.”

– Khaled Abouheif ’16, M&A Professional Certificate

About NYIF

The New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) is a global leader in professional training for financial services and related industries. NYIF courses cover everything from investment banking, asset pricing, insurance and market structure to financial modeling, treasury operations, and accounting. The New York Institute of Finance has a faculty of industry leaders and offers a range of program delivery options, including self-study, online courses, and in-person classes. Founded by the New York Stock Exchange in 1922, NYIF has trained over 250,000 professionals online and in class, in over 120 countries.

See all of NYIF’s training and qualifications here.

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