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Post M&A Integration London

Training : Post M&A Integration London

Thu, 28/06/2012   for 2 Days
Conducted by : Eureka Financial
Contact : Sam Baker
Duration : 2 Days
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 This focused two day training looks at running successful and controlled post-acquisition integration programmes which maximise synergies and minimise risk. You will have a chance to explore how to prepare and deliver integration across different departments and functions including: HR, IT, finance, operations, sales and marketing and supply chain.

 

Taught by an expert in business integration the course gives the delegates sound grounding in approaches and techniques used by some of the world's best companies to deliver value from acquisitions.
 
Main Topics Covered During This Training
Linking pre-deal strategy to post-deal integration
Setting up integration objectives and planning
Establishing and controlling the integration process
Integration drivers - synergies
Establishing timeline, speed, cost and control
Integration governance and structure
Reporting and planning
Delivering integration across different departments and functions including: HR, IT, finance, operations, sales and marketing and supply chain
Role of communication in the process
Procurement, R&D, legal and HSSE



Register now - number of places is limited!
 

 


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