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Corporate Dealmaking and M&A

Corporate dealmaking covers all activities that take place outside of the bargaining table, which aim to bring together two or more parties toward an agreed-upon goal. This could be a merger of corporations and the sale or purchase of an asset, or a business partnership. Corporate dealmakers are accountable for identifying strategic gaps, determining the most suitable companies to fill them, and then negotiating the deal to close the gaps.

The most successful corporate M&A teams have dedicated resources and a permanent spot at the table of the executive to create and consistently execute M&A strategies. In fact, top firms like Thermo Fisher Scientific and Constellation Brands have full-time M&A teams which are always in motion constantly looking for opportunities to fill their strategic gaps using the right assets or capabilities.

As technology advances, so do the ways that M&A teams can identify potential acquisitions and partnerships. Artificial intelligence, for instance, can help them quickly analyze large amounts of data to find synergies within potential deals. Virtual data rooms and collaboration tools make it easier for M&A teams to share information with key stakeholders in various locations.

A successful M&A strategy also includes creating value in the integration process. However, many acquirers struggle to deliver on the M&A targets that they set for their acquired businesses. The goals for sales growth and revenue could be achieved however, it comes at a cost. Between 80 and 90% of employees are laid off after an M&A.

Rendeléseket hétfő-szombat 10-22, vasárnap 11-22 között veszünk fel. Az alábbi városrészekre nem tudunk kiszállítást vállalni: Szőreg, Újszentiván, Kiskundorozsma, Gyálarét, Szentmihály, Tompasziget, Szőregi út 80-tól, Budapesti út 10-től.