Valuation for Mergers and Acquisitions
May 2-3, 2008
The Faculty Club, University of California, Berkeley
The Seaborg Room
CalCPA Executive Education
Presented by CalCPA's Financial Leadership Forum and CFRM.
Download a PDF of a brochure here
New Rules for M&A
Corporations continue to use mergers and acquisitions as a key strategy to stay competitive in a dynamic global marketplace. Now, however, all the rules have changed with FASB’s recent issuance of revisions for business combinations.
Understand the impact of the new rules and international convergence on your business deals. You’ll gain a comprehensive and thorough understanding of accounting, tax and valuation issues relating to M&A. The course takes a practical approach to M&A valuation with numerous realworld mini-cases to illustrate concepts and methodologies.
- You will learn:
- Various valuation methods used in M&A transactions and the pros and cons of each approach.
- How to compute the cost of capital when there is a change in the capital structure.
- How to evaluate and estimate synergies in an M&A transaction.
- The possible deal structures for the acquisition of a business.
- The possible structures for divesting a business, including the equity carve-outs, spin-offs, split-offs, split-ups and tracking stock.
- Current accounting rules for accounting of a merger transaction.
- Major tax issues that the acquirer and target should be concerned about in a merger.
- Special topics, including earnouts, collars and price guarantees.
- Designed for:
- Corporate Business Development Managers
- CEOs and Business Owners
- Corporate Attorneys
- Private Equity and Hedge Fund Managers
- Venture Capitalists
- Management Consultants
- Other Professionals Interested in M&A
|Name||Valuation for Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Date||May 2-3, 2008|
|Time||8:00 am - 5:00 pm Class Program on both days|
|Location||The Seaborg Room at the Faculty Club|
|Fee|| May 3: $895 CalCPA Members, $1,295 Non-Members
May 4: $895 CalCPA Members, $1,295 Non-Members
Both days: $1,495 CalCPA Members, $1,945 Non-Members
|CPE Credit||8 hours (one day); 16 hours (both days)|