Duration: 2 Days | 9 am – 5 pm
14th – 15th April 2019, Dubai, UAE.
Learn how to put a realistic value on a potential acquisition and an approach to due diligence that integrates commercial, financial and operational analysis to focus on the key risks of a mergers and acquisitions transaction.
The M & A Due Diligence and Business Valuation training course is a two-day programme that teaches a modern, focused approach to the closely linked disciplines of business valuation and mergers and acquisitions due diligence. Designed for the needs of executives in corporate and private equity environments the course teaches the main approaches to business valuation and then places emphasis on using modern due diligence approaches to understand the risks and potential synergies of deal. The course makes extensive use of case material drawn from real life mergers and acquisitions transactions.
Why you cannot miss this event:
The total value of disclosed Mergers and Acquisitions (M & A’s) in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) was $60.2 billion in 2018 arising from 690 separate transactions. Investment on this scale demands a highly professional approach from corporate executives and their advisors to make sure investor’s funds are not squandered by over payment or a failure to understand the risks inherent in a transaction.
Central to the management of risks in a potential transaction are a robust valuation methodology and the application of best practice in due diligence. This event teaches the approaches to business valuation and due diligence taken by the world’s most successful companies. Delegates will leave the course with a sound understanding of how companies are valued, when to pass on a deal, and how deal structure, payment structures and contractual arrangements are used to protect buyers.
Who Should Attend
CFO, COO, Chief Investment Officers, VP’s, Directors, GM’s, Heads & Managers from:
• Mergers & Acquisitions
• Due Diligence
• Strategic Planning
• Business Development
• Joint Venture
• Strategic Investment
• Investment Banking
• Corporate Finance
• New Venture