ARTICLEMaximizing Value: Considerations for Directors of a Company in Distress
February 03, 2014
Directors of a leveraged company should begin to consider the implications of not being able to access traditional debt markets on appropriate terms. This concern is particularly acute for companies with near-term debt maturities, prior difficulty achieving financial projections, a declining EBITDA forecast and/or capital funding needs reliant on low interest rates.
M&A in 2013: Six Considerations for Boards Fourth Quarter 2013
While M&A has not yet rebounded to its heyday level of 2007, there are positive signs for deal making at the midway mark of the year.
Bridging The Gap: CFOs And Boards' Views On M&A Third Quarter 2013
When a corporation embarks on a strategic growth opportunity that involves a merger or acquisition, the communications between the board and management can make a critical difference in endeavoring to provide a smooth transaction and post-integration process.
ARTICLEWhy Merger Cases SettleJune 06, 2013
Given the cost-benefit analysis, the difficulty of settling cases post-close, and the risk of a judgment that is neither insurable nor indemnifiable, one understands why merger cases settle before the deal closes.