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Merger and Acquisition (M&A) Integration Article

 
  Arthur F. Rothberg, Managing Director, CFO Edge, LLC  
   
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In today’s economy, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) can deliver exceptional value, if managed properly and efficiently. In most cases, the key to such success is a well-managed, thorough merger and acquisition integration process. However, this procedure can be fraught with complications, since every case will need to be managed differently.

This article looks at the merger and acquisition (M&A) integration process by examining challenges, objectives, the integration taskforce, the action plan, the timeline, and communications. Correct execution on these elements ensures a merger or acquisition integration goes smoothly and is not bogged down by complications, delays or other problems.

As correct management of and execution on the merger and acquisition integration process is exceptionally important, and often quite time-consuming and complex, it is frequently advisable to obtain assistance from outside specialists. Los Angeles executives can benefit from engaging with an outsourced CFO services firm, especially one where formerly- seated CFOs have had experience successfully completing merger and acquisition integrations previously.

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