Mergers and Acquisitions Basics. Negotiation and Deal by Donald DePamphilis

By Donald DePamphilis

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The corporation permits the greatest flexibility in the transfer of ownership interests. However, as is the case with limited partnerships, securities laws may otherwise restrict the transferability of shares. A corporate structure also may be justified for a joint venture if it is expected to have substantial future financing requirements. A corporate structure provides a broader array of financing options than other legal forms. They include the ability to sell interests in the form of shares and the issuance of corporate debentures and mortgage bonds.

6 percent of purchase price. How would you as a negotiator for Wyeth justify such a large fee? ISBN=9780123749499 CHAPTER 2 Selecting the Form of Acquisition Vehicle and Postclosing Organization Present in all transactions, the acquisition vehicle is the legal or business structure employed to acquire a target firm, and the postclosing organization is that used to operate the new company following closing. , a wholly owned subsidiary of JDS Uniphase created as a shell corporation to be the acquisition vehicle to complete the merger.

Of the $3 billion in 2003 EBITDA, GE provided $2 billion and Vivendi $1 billion. This valued GE’s assets at $28 billion and Vivendi’s at $14 billion, for a total of $42 billion in assets for NBC Universal. 6 billion in liquidity at closing. 4 billion, with the option to sell that interest beginning in 2006 at fair market value, to which GE had the right of first refusal. , add to earnings) for GE shareholders beginning in the second full year of operation, with a neutral impact in the first year.

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