A Tax Director’s Guide to Surviving a Merger or Acquisition
Be prepared — and rise to the occasion — during the crucial months after the announcement of the deal
Immediately after the announcement of a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transaction, tax directors of both the acquirer and target companies find themselves embroiled in rapid changes — in more areas than they might expect. If you find yourself in this situation, you may be looking forward to the intellectually challenging tax technical details yet feel some normal apprehension about the future of your company, your department, and your ability.
Fortunately, M&A transactions typically follow a logical rhythm and sequence. With proper planning, you can use these transactions to the advantage of you and your tax department.
Download the attached report where Deloitte discusses critical tactics that make it possible to manage and thrive despite the chaos and multiple priorities that follow an M&A transaction.
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