Mergers and Acquisitions

530

Course Description:
Covers some of the major corporate finance activities of investment banks including: mergers and acquisitions, and takeovers and takeover defenses, as well as private financing, asset restructuring, capital restructuring, leveraged buyouts, management buyouts, and leveraged recapitalizations. This course is meant to familiarize students with institutional details and to present a variety of case situations in which corporate valuation, industry and financial analysis, strategic decision making, and financial contracting and design are practiced. Casework represents an integral part of this course and is used to challenge students to structure their own analysis of how corporate finance can be used to create value for shareholders. Prerequisite: MGT 432a. [2]

2 Credit(s)

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