M&A Post Deal-Integration: Why Transition is Crucial to Success

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Mark Simoncelli, Global Director for Growth Implementation and Ryan Sherring, Africa Consulting Manager, Frost & Sullivan
As M&A activity continues to pick up the pace, the roadblocks to successful acquisition integration remain prominent: loss of the deal’s value drivers, barriers to change management, inaccurate synergy identification, and low employee retention rates. Planning and implementing an integration process are key to overcoming these hurdles to successful integration.
Join us to learn how to:
• Build a cross-functional integration team
• Develop a formal integration process from due diligence to post- integration monitoring
• Create a metrics-driven monitoring system based on value drivers, milestones, and synergies
• Construct a timely and effective communications strategy
• Employ change management strategies for employee retention
May 14 2012
26 mins
M&A Post Deal-Integration: Why Transition is Crucial to Success
Frost&Sullivan M&A
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    This presentation will weigh in Africa’s future prospects, examining exogenous factors or Mega Trends that Frost & Sullivan believes will drive the region’s growth story over the next 10 years. This presentation provides visionary insights into the impact of digital trends, such as virtual currency on Africa’s banking industry and the growing importance of the mobile economy that is touted to become the second-largest mobile Internet market by 2020 globally.

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    •Explore the possibility of cyber currency in bringing in a parallel single currency that could address trade encumbrances
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    •Insight into the growing levels of investment with FDI and private equity growing more than general aid
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    • Spot the new business models such as Value for Many and Sharing Economy with implications on markets and business strategies
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    • Identify the inherent potential market and business opportunities created by these trends in leading industries in every segment of the value chain
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    - Discover financial performance by revenue range/size of the investment banks
    - Explore opportunities and identify investment banks that are excelling in a challenging environment
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    - Gain an outlook for 2014
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    Mark Simoncelli, Global Director of GIS (Growth Implementation Solutions)
    Why you should attend:
    ·Learn about the key factors in assessing the African middle class
    ·Identify the political and social dynamics that may influence business in the region
    ·Assess the growth opportunities in various countries and key focus areas of future development
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    • The growing importance of emerging markets
    • How to develop an emerging market strategy
    • Insight into the GIL-100 index for energy and energy-intensive industries – a tool that will allow you to generate a country pipeline of potential sales opportunities
    • Live case examples of the tool and how it can be leveraged
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