M&A and the Destruction of Corporate Value

By Global PMI Partners Partner, Stefan Hofmeyer

Corporate value is destroyed during a merger or acquisition. When considering an M&A event, ensure activity is not just planned to deal close– plan for the longer term. Mitigate risks, such as potential loss of customers, loss of team members and drops in productivity.

Below I have provided a three minute video describing the destruction and creation of value during a merger or acquisition, and links to past articles that go more in-depth.

What best practices do you use to ensure M&A deals result in long-term value creation?

Stefan’s Related Articles:

Expert Analysis: Top Considerations for Cross Border M&A Integration

5 Merger and Acquisition Warning Signs

Opinion: M&A Business Value Is More Important Than Post Merger Integration

Ingredients for Merger and Acquisition Success

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