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MFIN 6622 Mergers & Acquisitions (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

This course will review the merger & acquisition process from the perspective of buyers and sellers of both private and public companies. Placing emphasis on the valuation of companies as well as the analysis of non-financial factors, the course will endeavor to provide the participants with a practical approach to analyzing and advising clients on the positive and negative aspects of an M&A transaction. Additional topics will include understanding the use of leverage, transaction structure, due diligence, and the concept of fairness. The class will be a combination of lectures and case studies presented in class by the participants.


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Prerequisites: MFIN8807 AND MFIN1127. With permission of the Department. MFIN1127 undergraduate; MFIN8807 graduate. .

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Last Updated: 02-Apr-18