Jumpstarting the M&A Integration Process

Early integration planning is critical for successfully implementing your M&A transaction. Mergers and acquisitions can create immediate value opportunities and provide a solid foundation for growth. However, a key challenge for any merger or acquisition is to quickly integrate operations using the same employees who are required to run the day-to-day business. Early planning, e.g., even prior to having a deal in place, will help you jumpstart the M&A integration process and can minimize employee distraction and workload. This document provides an overview of the steps that you can take to prepare for your merger or acquisition and successfully overcome these challenges.

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Daniel Kohut Director

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