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Valuation issues in a down market

Mergers and Acquisitions series: Part 1

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Mergers and Acquisitions series: Part 1 - Valuation issues in a down market

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Chief financial officers (CFOs) face many complex issues when it comes to mergers and acquisitions, particularly in a down economy. This is first of a three-part podcast series addressing some of those challenges.

Highlights:

  • What is it about a recession that makes valuation different from any other times?
  • Are the normal methods of valuation still viable?
  • Are there any risks that a buyer and seller encounter in factoring in the adjustments to valuation methods?
  • How can risks be mitigated?

Guests:

  • Steve Joiner, partner, M&A Transaction Services, Deloitte LLP
  • Chris Ruggeri, principal, Advisory Services, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP

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