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CFO Insights — What it takes to be an advantaged acquirer

Published on: Mar 10, 2016

Last year was one for the M&A record books. While M&A may not continue at this record pace, the trend seems far from abating.

Amid such deal exuberance, it may behoove CFOs to not only become an acquirer, but to become an advantaged acquirer.

This issue examines the common mistakes that happen in merger waves and outlines ways that CFOs can potentially avoid them by becoming advantaged acquirers.


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