This intensive course is packed with practical information and will equip you with a detailed understanding of a wide range of M&A topics and issues, including:
You will leave with an awareness of the regulatory regime that governs the M&A process. As well as learning how to give careful consideration to the various financing options that are available, and the cashflow, tax and accounting consequences that will follow from any adopted approach. The course is focused on giving practical guidance with extensive use of illustrative examples, case precedents, and challenging exercises for the participants.
We have been delivering online training for many years and know how to ensure the interaction is the same as if you were in a classroom.
The trainer will share his screen to allow you to follow the training session, which will be very practical. Our trainer will include polls, group work, exercises, discussions and breaks.
The course will be 50% pre-recorded, on-demand material that can be accessed at the delegates preferred time. 50% will be delivered ‘live’ with the trainer – timings of this will be flexible in order to best meet the requirements of the demographics of the delegates.
You will be able to ask questions, give feedback and participate in the practical sessions. Class sizes will be capped to ensure every delegate will be guaranteed quality time with the trainer.
Dates: 30 November - 2 December 2020 & 26-28 May 2021
Venue: Online and Central London
Online course fee: £2399 + VAT if applicable
London course fee: £2999.00 + VAT @ 20% = £3598.80
Richard has a rare blend of experience pertaining to Mergers & Acquisitions.
In his career he spent 6 years as a corporate finance executive within investment banking in Hong Kong and London, primarily involved in mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructurings. This was followed by 6 years as CFO of a public group with a joint head office in the United States and Australia. In this role he was engaged in over 15 acquisitions, over 20 equity raisings and a large number of complex financings, many of them structured on a limited recourse basis.