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Please try again later. Basically, it's a business school textbook, probably even more of an one for non-business majors with limited work experience.
The subject matter covered is not uninteresting but is certainly fundamental. I was looking for more of a storyline approach, something similar to Barbarians At the Gate that frame a key Strategic Transaction in the context of real-life example, citing key drivers, milestones, executive decision-making processes, etc. There are a bunch of flowcharts, diagrams, matrices, etc.
The uniqueness of Frankel's book is in sharing with readers an in-depth, multi-dimensional picture of the merger and acquisition process. It is almost like a written video. The book is extremely well researched. It's assertions are documented. General statements are backed by statistical data and graphic presentations, and replete with examples, some of the author's own experience. Most importantly, the book weaves into the "hard facts" the "soft, human considerations," such as motivations, and biases that ignore important facts and conclusions. Thus the book leads the reader through the internal processes of both buyers and sellers, from broad conceptual decision-making to necessary specific custom-made written internal documents.
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The discussion mirrors intellectual considerations and brings alive the people who are involved in the process, showing a thorough understanding of the emotional, non-rational but natural and self-survival pressures. Instead of biases one may call these factors the driving forces that are there and must be understood and considered. Frankel touches on situations that would not seem as important as they truly are, such as confidentiality agreements and the impact of publicity at the various stages of the process.
Thus, the pictures which emerge are rich and real. And this is done in a unique style: Frankel's book can save beginning deal makers and deal experts the grief of unnecessary bad experiences. It can save more seasoned superiors the time and attention of doing what the book does for the reader.
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General readers, curious to know how deals are made, may enjoy this book too. One person found this helpful. Michael Frankel's book fills this gap admirably. Frankel's command over the facts is impeccable; but what I found even more impressive was the thought-provoking nature of his book. If you are looking for a light easy read, this is not your book Coming from outside the field, I can honestly say that Mr.
Frankel has produced a very valuable book. Written in clear and understandable language, the book offers an overview of who is involved in Strategic Transactions and what roles these groups of people play.
Mergers and Acquisitions Deal-Makers: Building a Winning Team, 2nd Edition
FRANKEL has led and negotiated over ninety acquisitions, equity investments, and other strategic transactions as a corporate development officer, investment banker, and attorney. He has also held positions as vice president of corporate development at VeriSign, where his team completed ten acquisitions and twenty equity investments, and as vice president in the investment banking group of Merrill Lynch, where he worked on a variety of acquisitions, IPOs, and other public market transactions including the IPO of UPS.
Mergers and Acquisitions Deal-Makers: Building a Winning Team. A behind-the-scenes look at the underlying roles of each player ina mergers and acquisitions transaction Mergers and Acquisitions Dealmaker explores the roles of the buyersand sellers involved in mergers and acquisitions as well asexecutive management, line management, and the corporatedevelopment team. Now in a second edition, this book providesreaders with a "behind the scenes" look into the roles, approaches,and motivations of each key player in a strategic transaction, andprovides strategies on building a successful team.
Providing aunique insight into the various professionals that drive mergersand acquisitions, Mergers and Acquisitions Dealmakers is a valuablereference destined to become essential reading for anyone trying tounderstand how mergers and acquisitions actually work. Frankel Chicago, IL is a seasoned corporatedevelopment executive with extensive experience in mergers andacquisitions, corporate strategy, and business developmenttransactions.
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