Mergers & Acquisition in Malaysia: A Comprehensive Step-by-Step Approach
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Mergers & Acquisition in Malaysia: A Comprehensive Step Step-by-Step Approach gives us an overview of the regulatory framework governing Mergers and Acquisitions in Malaysia. It summarizes the most accurate and understandable strategies, analytical tools and measures on corporate acquisitions and disposals including the planning, organization and implementation works; synergies, integration and post-acquisition management controlling; processes and challenges in business valuation; and corporate sales and auctions.
This book is the result of cooperation of international experts in Mergers & Acquisitions combined with a deep local and global expertise and experience in legal matters. Despite the fact that it is extremely challenging to complete M&A deals successfully, we hope that this book will provide a practical guide as to how to succeed in making these type of transactions. Unlike many other books on this subject, we would like to give the audience a very practical guide, emphasising the main points and without the readers getting lost in confusing details