At the Right Price
How a disciplined approach to international tax can drive M&A value
Despite temporary liquidity concerns, many organizations continue to aggressively pursue global merger and acquisition (M&A) opportunities. In the last few years there has been a remarkable resurgence of M&A activity, and in particular cross-border M&A. More than ever, it’s important to anticipate potential hazards and evaluate targets thoroughly and accurately from a long-term strategic, after-tax profit perspective. Are you considering the right price and pursuing a deal that works?
This handbook outlines how early international tax planning can contribute to a deal’s success through all stages of the transaction. If you would like more information about this topic, or any other international tax issues, please contact us or reach out to your Deloitte Tax LLP professional.
Report: A tax director’s guide to surviving a merger or acquisition
Services: Merger and Acquisition Services
Profiles: Meet Stephen O’Neil and Todd Behrend
Other international tax handbooks:
The forest and the trees – How a tax-aligned supply chain can reduce your structural tax rate
Chateau 109 – The right blend of managing global income tax provision processes and international tax planning
How high Is the top? Managing global tax compliance
Balance and power – How a unified global strategy for tax can enhance performance
At Arm’s Length – The art of developing an effective global transfer pricing strategy
Master models: Tax modeling for the global enterprise
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