M&A Agreements: Structuring Financial Accounting Provisions
Deciphering Valuation Techniques, GAAP Requirements, and Financial Representations to Achieve Client Goals
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide deal attorneys with a review of accounting provisions in M&A agreements, focusing on key financial representations, valuation issues and drafting strategies.
- Financial accounting provisions
- Structuring key provisions
- Financial representations
- Valuation methods
- Traps for the unwary
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the critical areas for counsel to grasp and address when drafting key financial accounting provisions in acquisition agreements?
- What are the most important concepts for counsel to dive into when structuring complex financial representations and how might this vary by the valuation methods used by the parties?
- How can professional advisors in M&A transactions work together to ensure that relevant financial accounting issues are adequately covered, without unduly burdening the negotiations with financial accounting information that is not relevant to the parties concerns?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
As a member of the firm’s Corporate Services Practice Group, Mr. Stoneman facilitates the structuring, financing... | Read More
As a member of the firm’s Corporate Services Practice Group, Mr. Stoneman facilitates the structuring, financing and completion of acquisitions, mergers, divestitures, joint ventures and partnerships. For large, national and international, privately-held businesses, often in the industrial, pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries, he brings a constructive and imaginative outlook to highly successful transactional combinations. He serves large, privately-held companies and smaller start-ups as outsourced general counsel, and advises from front-end strategic planning through favorable execution and closing. Mr. Stoneman’s acquisition experience extends to transactions where real estate is a primary or sole asset.Close