Merger & Acquistion (M&A) Deal Structures Explained m&a finance


Alors, quelle structure de transaction M&A vous convient le mieux ? Excellente question ! Vous en saurez plus sur les avantages et les inconvénients de chaque structure dans cette vidéo. Il y a beaucoup d’aspects à considérer lors de l’achat ou de la vente de votre entreprise. Aujourd’hui, nous allons parler des considérations pour les 2 structures principales de fusions et acquisitions que vous verrez dans les transactions de marché bas à moyen – vente d’actions et vente d’actifs. Pour une plongée plus approfondie dans les structures des opérations de fusions et acquisitions, consultez mon article : Pour des ressources commerciales plus pratiques comme celle-ci, ou pour me contacter, visitez : Vous démarrez toujours ? Visitez-moi à : étape vers la réussite commerciale. Le cabinet d’avocats Cenkus fournit des services liés aux fusions et acquisitions, aux questions commerciales générales et aux startups, y compris les accords de fondateurs et la collecte de fonds. Je consulte également des entrepreneurs et j’ai investi mon propre capital en tant qu’investisseur providentiel. De 2010 à 2013, j’ai été conseiller juridique en chef d’une société internationale de services pétroliers cotée en bourse. De 2001 à 2006, moi et un partenaire avons fondé et construit Paragon Residential Mortgage. Paragon a été vendue à Bridge Investments en 2006. Je suis titulaire d’un doctorat en droit de la Harvard Law School et d’un baccalauréat ès arts en économie du Messiah College à Grantham, en Pennsylvanie. Maintenant, je vis à Austin, TX avec ma femme et mes deux enfants. J’aime lire, courir, les films classiques, la bonne bouffe et le bon vin et du bon football américain. .

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  1. Very informative series! Thank you for creating these videos.
    Regarding asset sales, what typically should happen to the seller's legal company entity post-sale? Should the sale agreement dictate that they dissolve the legal entity etc? There don't seem to be many(any) resources out there that cover that detail.

  2. Thanks Brett for the overview. Where would you put the IP (of a software company)? Assets I assume. What type of asset would that be? How do you structure the deal for such an item? Would love to hear from you. Cheers, Pinaki

  3. Thanks for this video.
    I would like to ask for your advice.

    I got into a difficult situation and have no experience with it.
    Topic: What happens to the money of small investors in the event of a SPAC merger failure.

    -What is happened if a SPAC Merger fails?
    SPAC Company,
    THUNDER BRIDGE ACQUISITION II, LTD – announced its intention to merge with INDIE SEMICONDUCTOR last year (2020) to bring it listed on NASDAQ stock exchange in 2021 first quarter.
    But an investigation has been launched against the blank check company, saying that "the shareholders have not been properly informed and small investors will have little stake in the formed, new company. After the merger".

    <Questions:>

    > 1.If the merger fails, what happens?
    Small investors lose their invested capital either
    return to a low share price and "their invested capital get stuck in this SPAC, "blank check company" ?,
    I do not understand why an investigation is launced against SPAC with the reason that small private investors can only have wenig stake (prozent) in new company after the Merger because the small investors do not think rhey could more have in it, for them is not point, they are not interesed in how much prozent they can have in a very big company.
    The ones who are "big companies" like financial companies, funds want to have more in a SPAC, but not private small investors.

    > 2. What should I do in this case if the stock price has already dropped so much that it is lower than the average of my buying price?

    Thanks for help, answers,

  4. Hi Bret. Is there any kind of deal structure where the buyer only wants to buy the business or the shares, but excluding the assets? For example, the seller has land which wouldn’t be useful for the buyer and buyer can eventually rent from the seller. Have you ever exposed to such structure and what do you call it? Is there any term for it?

  5. In an acquisition, the acquiring company have requested that the MD (who is a shareholder of the company being acquired) becomes the new MD of the acquiring company and the MD and his partner have been allotted 10% equity (which equals one seat on the Board of directors). Can the MD nominate another board member to represent its shareholding interest or does the one seat equal the MD's seat on the board? I will appreciate your view on this.

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