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International M&A, Joint Ventures & Beyond: Doing the Deal, 2nd Edition

ISBN: 978-0-471-02242-8
592 pages
April 2002
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"By assembling the highly focused works of more than two dozen businessmen, lawyers, accountants, investment bankers, consultants, and experts in such fields as risk management and human resources, BenDaniel and Rosenbloom seamlessly illuminate a complex subject."-Paul E. Graf, President and CEO, Axel Johnson Inc.
This fully revised Second Edition shows readers how to find, analyze, structure, and negotiate international deals.
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List of Exhibits.

PART ONE: CRITICAL ISSUES IN PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION.

Strategic Choices (L. Newman).

PART TWO: LEGAL ASPECTS.

Legal Aspects of Acquiring U.S. Enterprises (P. McCarthy).

Legal Aspects of Acquiring Non-U.S. Enterprises (P. McCarthy).

PART THREE: ACCOUNTING AND TAX ASPECTS.

Accounting Aspects of International Mergers and Acquisitions (R. Hoffman).

Tax Aspects of Inbound Merger and Acquisition and Joint Venture Transactions (D. Tillinghast).

Tax Considerations in Acquiring Non-U.S. Enterprises (R. Bossart & J. Meisel).

PART FOUR: FINANCIAL ASPECTS.

International Financing for Cross-Border M&A Transactions (R. Smith & Y. Nao).

Government Assistance in Financing Cross-Border Transactions (K. Brody & R. Waxman-Lenz).

Overview of International Project Finance (S. Hoffman).

PART FIVE: JOINT VENTURES.

Nature of International Joint Ventures and Their Role in Global Business (V. Kvint).

Legal Aspects of International Joint Ventures and Stratrgic Alliances (R. Ebin).

PART SIX: VALUING COMPANIES AND NEGOTIATING TRANSACTIONS.

Pricing and Negotiations (A. Rosenbloom).

PART SEVEN: SPECIAL TOPICS.

Risk Management in Cross-Border Transactions (A. Fisher & R. Inserra).

Human Resources Concerns (D. McClurg).

Postmerger Integration (C. Wood & R. Porter).

References.

Index.
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David J. Bendaniel is the Don and Margi Berens Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, where he serves as a Senior Fellow of the Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise Program. He held a senior vice presidency in Textron Corporation's American Research and Development division, was a group vice president at Exxon Enterprises, and started General Electric's Technical-Ventures Operation. He has been featured in publications including Fortune, BusinessWeek, Success Magazine, and Physics Today.
ARTHUR H. ROSENBLOOM is Managing Director of CFC Capital Corp., a firm specializing in securities valuation, litigation support, merger and acquisition advisory, and private placements of debt and equity. Rosenbloom's M&A advisory and valuation work has involved him with companies as diverse as Blockbuster Video, VNU, American Express, Hyatt Corp., and Continental Airlines, Inc., to name a few. His contributions on investment banking-related topics have appeared in Inc., Forbes, BusinessWeek, and the Harvard Business Review.
JAMES J. HANKS Jr. is a partner in the Baltimore office of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP. In private practice, he represents publicly and privately held corporations and other entities in securities offerings and other financing transactions. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, where he teaches international mergers and acquisitions, and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, where he teaches a course in U.S. and European corporate governance at the Cornell Law School Summer Institute at the Sorbonne in Paris.
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  • Includes Instructor's Guide
  • Daimler-Chrysler Merger
  • Michigan National Merger
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