Successful M&A Tag

Six questions the CEO should ask before an Acquisition. The less M&A integration you need to do the better you are. This is a general rule for M&A. If deal value can be delivered with little or no integration of the acquired firm then there's less...

[caption id="attachment_152" align="alignleft" width="106"]Successful M&A secrets; mergers and acquisitions PART FOUR - FINAL PART[/caption] This is the concluding part of a series of articles by BTD Founding and Managing Partner Carlos Keener Study after study still puts the failure rate of mergers and acquisitions somewhere between 70% and 90%. Some however have managed to turn acquisition and integration into a true competitive differentiator. What makes these firms consistently successful at M&A, and what can the occasional acquirer learn from them? In conclusion, here's a quick checklist:

[caption id="attachment_152" align="alignleft" width="106"]Successful M&A secrets; mergers and acquisitions PART THREE[/caption] This is a series of articles by BTD Founding and Managing Partner Carlos Keener Study after study still puts the failure rate of mergers and acquisitions somewhere between 70% and 90%. Some however have managed to turn acquisition and integration into a true competitive differentiator. What makes these firms consistently successful at M&A, and what can the occasional acquirer learn from them?

[caption id="attachment_152" align="alignleft" width="106"]Successful M&A secrets; mergers and acquisitions PART ONE[/caption] A series of articles by BTD Founding and Managing Partner Carlos Keener Study after study still puts the failure rate of mergers and acquisitions somewhere between 70% and 90%. Some however have managed to turn acquisition and integration into a true competitive differentiator. What makes these firms consistently successful at M&A, and what can the occasional acquirer learn from them? Getting M&A to deliver has always been hard. The enticing promise of new customers, enhanced capabilities and of course increased profits is all there for the taking, but the taking is rarely as easy as originally hoped.