Strategic Risk Management for Successful Mergers & Acquisitions

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Strategic Risk Management for Successful Mergers & Acquisitions

With Experts Stuart R. Levine & Paul M. Aguggia

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Join experts – Stuart R. Levine, Chairman & CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates and Paul M. Aguggia, Partner, Holland & Knight LLP as they share insights on effective M&A strategy.

In this webinar, we will discuss the following current M&A issues as it pertains to strategy for effective risk mitigation:

Watch this session, where we:

• Understanding how a strong culture can ensure success
• Importance of a strong rhythm of effective communications with all stakeholders
• Creating shared vision, mission and core values around culture and strategy for the post-merger organization
• Ensuring reduced role ambiguity, processes clarification, and board equilibrium
• Developing a plan for effective due diligence, navigation of regulatory limitations, required time frames, confidentiality, and post-transaction integration
• Developing a plan for effective due diligence, navigation of regulatory limitations, required time frames, confidentiality, and post-transaction integration
• Identification of post-transaction impediments and identification of realistic goals and measurement of critical outcomes
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Stuart R. Levine,

Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates and EduLeader

Stuart is a governance expert and has served on over 15 for profit and not-for profit boards and is the former global CEO for Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc. operating in 72 countries. An international best-selling author, he has significant board and executive leadership experience across multiple disciplines including financial services, technology and healthcare specializing in strategy, strategic communication, board governance, leadership development, customer focus and large-scale change management.

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