Estimating equity compensation 90 days after an M&A close

No matter what type of equity compensation instrument an organization chooses to employ, it is important to estimate the fair value of the grant so that the compensation expense can be recorded appropriately.


M&A Success: Pre-Deal Valuation Considerations

A successful M&A transaction is a journey that begins well before closing and continues well beyond. Here are three things buyers and sellers should consider before the transaction.


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Video: Estimating Equity Compensation After an M&A Close

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Video: How Do You Determine Consideration Transferred?

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Video: Important Types of Valuation During an M&A Closing

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Video: Private Equity Deal Evaluation – Valuation

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Q4 2019 Healthcare Valuation Trends Report

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Important types of valuation during an M&A closing

Once an acquisition or change of control transaction occurs, the acquired company will need to determine both the amount of the consideration transferred and the fair value of assets and liabilities that were acquired.