Due diligence: an M&A value creation approach
The book offers practical guidance on the mergers and acquisitions process, covering strategic planning, candidate pursuit, target evaluation, contract negotiation, through post-acquisition integration. It contains chapters on growth strategy, preparing for due diligence, conducting the due diligence review, and risk management.
Long and short of hedge funds: a complete guide to hedge fund valuation and investing, The
Covers the history of hedge funds, transparent management of a fund, raising money for a hedge fund, supporting staff, and fraud. The appendices include a due diligence questionnaire, a resource guide, and the historic performance of certain hedge funds.
Mergers and acquisitions: business strategies for accountants
An overview of mergers and acquisitions with more detailed chapters on matters of interest to accountants. It includes sections on candidate search and qualification, corporate valuation, preparing for and executing due diligence, deal financing, taxation aspects, and the regulation of M&A.
New CFO financial leadership manual, The
Aimed at CFOs who need to learn about their role in the organisation. It provides strategies for effective finance management. There are chapters covering accounting and audit, financial analysis, funding, and business operations management. The book includes appendices with checklists for best practice, performance measurement, and due diligence.
Venture capital funding: a practical guide to raising finance
Step by step guide to raising venture capital for a business. Includes sections on researching investors, dealing with shareholders, due diligence, investment vehicles, legal issues, and the experience of running a business with venture capitalists on the board.
Do's and dont's of due diligence
Due diligence is essential when undertaking an accounting firm merger or sale; this article explains the business risks that need to be reviewed.
The article covers mergers and acquisitions and the key issues that need to be considered.
Lessons to be learned from Titcheners' collapse
The article discusses the lessons that businesses can learn from Titcheners' bankruptcy in Thames Valley, England.
Merging with care
The article focuses on the pitfalls that need to be avoided when companies decide to merge to hedge the economic crisis.
Setting the record straight
The Money Laundering Regulations 2007 came into force on 15 December 2007, principally updating requirements
around 'know your client' (now called 'customer due diligence') processes.