The Persistent Failure Of Merger and Acquisition deals and why

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M&A is not about transforming a company. It is about understanding what stays the same while everything else changes. Every day, we hear about a recent merger or acquisition. The headlines follow a well-oiled pattern: a significant amount of money a bidder intends to invest in a target company, along with references to financial, market, and potential human repercussions (employees and customers). It frequently results in financial speculation and, in many circumstances, an increase in the stock price of both firms, justifying why companies spend more than $2 trillion on acquisitions each year, despite a failure rate of more than 70%)…....

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Flavio Aliberti Flavio Aliberti brings with him a 23-year track record in consulting around business intelligence, change management, strategy, M&A transformation, IT and SOX auditing for high regulated domains, like Insurance, Airlines, Trade Associations, Automotive, and Pharma. He holds an MSc in Space Aeronautic Engineering from the University of Naples and an MSc in Advanced Information Technology and Business Management from the University of Wales.