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How can you define a M&A project?
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Hi, it´s the first time I know about the existence of this kind of project, so I have many questions:

What is a M&A project, exactly?
In which industries are these types of projects executed?
What type of deliverables are obtained?

Best regards.
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Hi,
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) projects involves all activities related to corporate mergers, the acquisition of companies.
M&A is the area of corporate finances, management and strategy dealing with purchasing and/or joining with other companies
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1 reply by Giancarlo Alfonso Gonzales Prado
Mar 16, 2019 6:09 PM
Giancarlo Alfonso Gonzales Prado
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Thank you @Shadav, @Usha, @Kiron, for your detailed and specific answers. I have learned something new today. A hug.
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Hope this helps - https://www.edupristine.com/blog/mergers-acquisitions
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Giancarlo -

Shadav has answered your first question so I will tackle the remaining two.

2. M&A projects can happen in nearly all industries. In fact, you could look at the consolidation of government agencies or ministries as a type of M&A project so even public sector is not immune.

3. There are many byproduct type deliverables of an M&A project, but the main deliverable would be a single organization where previously there were two with "day 2" operations up and running and a backlog of "day 2 and beyond" activities being worked down.

Kiron
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Mar 11, 2019 1:09 AM
Replying to SHADAV MOHAMMAD ANSARI
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Hi,
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) projects involves all activities related to corporate mergers, the acquisition of companies.
M&A is the area of corporate finances, management and strategy dealing with purchasing and/or joining with other companies
Thank you @Shadav, @Usha, @Kiron, for your detailed and specific answers. I have learned something new today. A hug.

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