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M&A Deal Lifecycle


Linking the phases of the transaction life cycle is a critical component to completing successful transactions and creating shareholder value. Given the pace of change in the economy, the transition through every step of the transaction process, from strategy through integration needs to be seamless and interconnected. Hear from our M&A and industry leaders about how critical it is to link the lifecycle when doing a deal.

Technology through the M&A lifecycle Technology through the M&A lifecycle
Technology M&A can be a complex and ambiguous process and with deal-making activity showing signs of an upward trend, it’s important that you are at the forefront of the ever-evolving marketplace where a new set of companies have announced a slew of M&A deals.

Oil & Gas through the M&A lifecycle Oil and gas through the M&A lifecycle
The oil and gas world is in flux, with grand shifts occurring in supply, demand, infrastructure, economics and international competition, which together help to create a "perfect storm" for realignment and consolidation - and therefore greater M&A activity.

Life Sciences through the M&A lifecycle Life sciences through the M&A lifecycle
The “patent cliff,” combined with the current uncertainty surrounding healthcare reform, is causing pharmaceutical companies to revaluate their business development strategies.

Video imahe Smart choices – Telling our M&A health reform story
As health care reform continues to trigger sweeping changes in the marketplace, it is even more critical that in the world of M&A, every phase in the deal lifecycle be interconnected.

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